Perhaps we could revert. The Speaker did sweep his benevolent eye down the opposition bench to see if there were any other members rising on this point. I really did think it was done. I was not trying to raise the mettle through the House.
It was Motion No. P-33, was it not? P-33 is called.
That an Order of the House do issue for copies of all documents, reports, minutes of meetings, notes, memos, correspondence and briefings relating to the recent recommendation made to the government by the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade regarding the claim of Canadian veterans against Japan for forced labour while in captivity in Hong Kong during World War II and Article 26 of the 1952 Peace Treaty with Japan in association with the May 1998 report tabled in the House of Commons by the same Committee.