Mr. Speaker, my only addition to this is a series of thanks. I join my friend across the way, the government House leader, in thanking the staff for the incredible work they do to support our work here as members of Parliament. This has been an extremely long last session, with long hours, and to my friends across the way and to our side, sometimes hours filled with somewhat acrimonious debate.
I would like to particularly point out and give thanks to the government side, my friends in the Liberal Party and the independents for their acceptance of this motion. The moves toward accountability and transparency contained in my friend's motion today are precedent-setting and important for the House, as are the modifications to Bill C-32, modifications that we looked for. I thank my friend from Esquimalt—Juan de Fuca as well as the great work of all the folks on the citizenship and immigration committee, who I know pulled many long and arduous hours together.
Mostly, as I believe these are the final moments of this session, I rise to wish all hon. colleagues on all sides of the House a very enjoyable time with their families and friends. It has been a long session, a difficult session and sometimes even a productive session.
To you, Mr. Speaker, I wish you an enjoyable time with your family back in the Prairies, and all the best to you and yours.