A point of order, Mr. Chair. With all due respect to my colleague and to your ruling, Mr. Chair, it seems to me that amendment G-6 should be ruled out of order because we have just agreed to clause 6 as amended. That creates and mandates the council according to the amendment that the Liberals prepared and passed. It chooses an area of land.
If you go back to the amendment we agreed to not two minutes ago, you can read the following:
“Council, shall: (a) oversee the planning and design of the Monument;
(b) choose a suitable area of public land in the National Capital Region for the Monument to be located;”
With respect, Mr. Chair, the amendment that is now being proposed would say the opposite. If you declare this amendment to be in order—I am a little confused—the National Capital Commission would be responsible for identifying a site that is accessible to the public at all times. That is the opposite, in my view. With respect, Mr. Chair, it is out of order.