Mr. Speaker, I thank my hon. colleague for his question.
He has taught me something that I did not know. Indeed, I did not know there was an interpretation service for indigenous languages in the upper chamber. I find that to be excellent news in that the interpreters who are available for the upper house could potentially make themselves available to the House of Commons.
I do not see how there could be any objection to that. I do not imagine that it happens very often, but it must happen when witnesses are called.
I think that it would be very important, while respecting both official languages, to have the possibility of hearing witnesses from the indigenous community. For me, personally, it would be very good news.