Mr. Chair, I appreciate the member's persuasion on this issue, but I don't know if he's aware that we do have a letter here from the Canadian Jewish Congress, and I would like to read that into the record on the point of order, Mr. Chair, very quickly. It says:
I wish to acknowledge that Canadian Jewish Congress supports Bill C-442, An Act to establish a National Holocaust Monument, with the government's amendments.
That's quotable, Mr. Chair. I'll go on:
This is a very important initiative for all Canadians and we appreciate the commitment of Parliamentarians to see it to fruition.
They are supporting this bill with the government amendments, Mr. Volpe. I hope you will listen to the Canadian Jewish Congress. I've got a copy of that letter for you if you don't have a copy today. I did provide it to you last night. I'm certain that although we have different theories on how to get there, we're both interested in going forward for the same thing. We're listening to the Canadian Jewish Congress and their members, and that's what we'd like to do.
I don't know if I can table that letter, Mr. Chair.