Mr. Speaker, a point of order. I understand there have been negotiations among the parties on a draft order of reference. It is a matter that was dealt with in the last Parliament involving a review of the Young Offenders Act.
Pursuant to its mandate in relation to the comprehensive review of the Young Offenders Act, Phase II, and specifically to observe how the youth justice system operates in practice, that the Standing Committee on Justice and Legal Affairs (6 members); four from the Liberal Party, including the chair, one from the Bloc Quebecois and one from the Reform Party, be authorized to travel to Halifax, Sydney and Charlottetown from April 21 to April 26, 1996 in order to hold public hearings, visit sites, (young offender facilities and programs) and meet with officials and that the necessary staff do accompany the committee.
I believe, Mr. Speaker, you will find that there is unanimous consent.