Mr. Speaker, I thank my hon. colleague from Sherbrooke for his comments and his question.
As we all know, the government and the House receive all recommendations from all parliamentary committees, and those recommendations factor into the deliberations.
This is to bring forward legislation and bring forward ideas to the House. I believe, as the Minister of Democratic Institutions has said and most ministers in this government have said, committees play an important role in the legislative process and at the end of the day the decision will be made by the House. The committee has an important role to play in terms of gathering information and making recommendations, but those final decisions are made by all members here in the House of Commons.