Madam Speaker, I would like to thank my colleague for her speech.
As we heard earlier in this debate, the House has examined this issue for several years now. Witnesses have appeared before a committee.
Considering that this is the third time around for this bill, does my colleague not believe that the liberal government should expedite the committee's study to ensure that it is completed in one day and the bill returns to the House quickly, and then do what needs to be done for it to be passed by the Senate, which rejected it the last two times? This will ensure that rights are finally respected.