Madam Speaker, being quick off the mark is important because it is the right thing to do in the short term and it feels good. It is also important, once we are quick off the mark, to be right on the mark, and that is the longer-term challenge to make sure that things happen correctly over the next decade. I wonder if my hon. colleague can comment.
Canada has been quick off the mark and that has been acknowledged. I think we have done the right thing there. What are we doing to be right on the mark in the longer term to make sure that we develop Haiti to be an independent, self-sustaining, functioning country in the long term?