Madam Speaker, there are many times when it is not appropriate to bring a point of order from the Chair's point of view, but it is a point of order that has to be raised. It may require some research, at which time the Speaker may require some additional time prior to the ruling. The voting will be later on tonight and once the bells start to ring there will be no opportunity to rise on a point of order and give the Speaker time to research. Therefore, I think it is appropriate that you hear it and hear it now.
In the House of Commons on December 13th, 1999. See this statement in context.