Thank you, Mr. Chair.
My question is for Mr. Keenan.
We heard a lot of claims, especially from my colleagues in the Conservative Party, that only the federal government supports keeping ArriveCAN.
I'm just curious to know if you're aware of a letter that was sent to the chair of the Standing Committee on International Trade earlier this year. I will quote Lorrie McKee, who is the director of public affairs and stakeholder relations at the Greater Toronto Airports Authority: “Starting on June 28, travellers arriving from international destinations now have the option at Toronto Pearson and Vancouver International Airport of completing their customs declaration in ArriveCAN 72 hours before travel, reducing the time they need to spend at a kiosk in the customs hall by up to 50%. We have already seen significant improvements and benefits as a result of this digital integration.”
Besides the GTAA having this opinion, have you heard from any other airport authorities that share the same opinion of ArriveCAN?