Mr. Speaker, I have a very specific question for the member.
Let us say someone came to Canada at age one, has now been in Canada for 18 years, and after their 19th birthday they make a mistake. They might have used false identification to get alcohol while down in the States celebrating the fact that they graduated high school with some of their friends, or maybe there was another incident.
Is it appropriate for that individual, who came to Canada at age one, to be deported and deprived of being with parents, siblings and others because they used false identification in order to be served alcohol or because they videotaped something at a movie theatre with their telephone? Is that an appropriate consequence?