Of course, we believe we have definitely had a positive effect and have been able to influence many minds. In fact, when I was listening to High Commissioner Goodale today, it was wonderful to hear him repeating exactly what we have been saying all these months. He is very familiar with what we want and our demands on this file and what is suspected. Mr. Yaworski was also here answering some questions. Since we started talking to him and the fact-finding committee of our association started working with him, that has all made a huge difference.
When we started, everybody was talking about human error. We had to correct that. Everybody was talking about an accident, and we had to correct that. Everyone was talking about compensation, and we had to correct that. Then we started hearing about systemic error, and we had to correct that. We have done so much work to educate and make corrections to the language and the stance of what different officials have been dealing with and saying over the many months.
We are happy to see the result of our work somewhat today, here, in meeting with you. It was heartwarming for us, on June 17 of last year, when you, all the honourable MPs, unanimously passed a motion, regardless of the government of the day, to continue finding truth and justice for the victims of PS752. You have no idea how effective you are in our hearts and minds when Parliament acts, and acts unanimously, outside partisanship.
We appreciate everything you have done so far and we command, request and ask you to please continue to do whatever you can do best. Make sure you continue your oversight; continue to ask questions, because as I said before, it's not just for our families. This is for every Canadian. Every Canadian should have safety and the ability to travel without being killed or put in prison, or whatever else is happening to Canadians nowadays in other countries.