Mr. Speaker, I actually have far too much experience in my life dealing with the families of victims of violent crime, including homicide. I understand the pain of these families. They need answers. That is why we have established an inquiry that will not only determine what happened but will also make recommendations that will help prevent similar tragic events in the future.
Perhaps the member missed my earlier comment, but the inquiry has now begun. By order in council it has been established and the commissioners have begun the work of establishing their secretariat. The newly named commissioner, Kim Stanton, has accepted the position, as I said, and she joins the Honourable J. Michael MacDonald, chief commissioner, and Ms. Leanne Fitch in doing this important work.