Mr. Speaker, I rise today to thank the Minister of Environment for the sunshine in tomorrow's forecast.
Tomorrow there are two important charitable walks in Ottawa—Vanier.
Curvy Girls Scoliosis Support Group of Ottawa will celebrate its 6th annual walk of Scoliosis Awareness Month. This will support Curvy Girls Scoliosis Support Group, a peer-led support group for teens of all ages who have been diagnosed with scoliosis.
The Walk for ALS will also take place tomorrow in many Canadian cities. Walk for ALS is the largest fundraiser for ALS in Canada and is led by an impressive number of volunteers.
I look forward to joining my hon. colleague from Glengarry—Prescott—Russell who will help me lead Team Mauril as we raise money and celebrate hope for a future without ALS.
I hope my colleagues will take the time to remember our dear friend, Mauril, and will join me or make a donation to Team Mauril.