Mr. Speaker, I understand my dear colleagues' speeches just fine. There is no problem with the interpretation; I understand.
I repeat that we need to take action. We do not need more time to examine the details. We have the opportunity to do so in committee.
It is happening, and it has happened. It happened at the provincial–territorial–federal level. It has happened, and over an extended period of time, I would suggest. The time is now before us to act and to do something substantive to respond to the technological advances that have occurred, that have created this dangerous situation, where there are gaps in the Criminal Code, blind spots, if you will, when it comes to the ability of the police to investigate and hold people accountable for acts that are tantamount to criminality.
We want to move forward expeditiously. We want to protect people. We want to ensure that the police, acting with judicial oversight, have those necessary investigative powers and tools before them.
I would move, seconded by the member for West Nova, that the debate now be adjourned.