Mr. Speaker, I just want to say that I am blown away by how well my colleague speaks both official languages. I am truly impressed.
The worst thing we could do would be to rush this kind of legislation. We are all well-intentioned, but we need to do things properly.
I am pleased to know that thousands of people were consulted about this and that various groups have had their say and support this bill. Being well-intentioned is all well and good, but, as we all know, especially those of us in the House of Commons, when we are debating and passing laws, unfortunately the devil is in the details. That is why we need to be thorough and do things by the book, and that work needs to be done by a parliamentary committee. I am sure everyone agrees with that approach.