I guess we probably have agreement that Mr. Uppal is going to give us a presentation of a bill that we've already accepted. I think it was unanimous in the House of Commons, so everybody agreed to Mr. Uppal's bill. He could probably speak for three hours on it; he could speak for about 30 seconds. It's not going to change the fact that there was unanimous support for a Holocaust monument in the national capital region to be funded by the Government of Canada. I think it's probably embarrassing for him right now to see that the government, of which he is a member, has submitted a series of amendments that essentially say, we don't want that bill.
Mr. Uppal, perhaps you could begin and just tell us whether you still support the Holocaust monument in your presentation.