Thank you, everyone, for your kindness and confidence.
I have a statement to be read, and then we'll proceed with some of our other business.
On Wednesday, March 3, 2010, the House of Commons adopted the following order:
That, for all standing committees, routine motions in effect at the time of prorogation of the previous session be deemed to have been adopted in the current session, provided that committees be empowered to alter or rescind such motions as they deem appropriate.
Accordingly, the routine motions that were in effect at the time of prorogation are reinstated. The clerk will reflect the House order in the minutes of this meeting. The committee can, if it chooses, amend any of these motions. Finally, for information purposes, the clerk has distributed a copy of the motions to all committee members.
Does everyone have that?
I don't know what the committee had thought of for plans, but I would like to suggest that the committee could now adjourn and go into our subcommittee to make our plans. I know there are some motions on the floor, and we have had some direct contact, particularly with Toyota. I'm advised that they're available to this committee as of Tuesday of next week. I also know that there are budget items we can talk about. I think we can decide that in the subcommittee.
But I am open to suggestions from the floor if there are other things the committee wants to discuss. If not, I would recommend that we adjourn the committee as a whole and break into the subcommittee for planning of business, starting on Thursday of this week.
Are there any comments?