Fine sentiments, Mr. Chair, and those are the ones that have actually motivated the Liberal Party to ensure that it is all Canadians who support this monument, and that the monument is a reflection, on its merits, of the values of Canadians today, perhaps in part because we regret that these values weren't as prevalent 65 years ago or earlier.
This isn't an issue with which one ought to play politics or try to spin an advantage. None of us would for a moment think that a monument to the Holocaust to reflect on all the evils that were perpetrated against a very vulnerable community of humanity would be swayed by any political thinking. For us, it's the Government of Canada speaking for the people of Canada and doing something that all Canadians want. That's why we insisted all along on some of the amendments and took the positions on other amendments that needed to reflect that. It was important for us, and we know that everybody else agrees.