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Good morning, folks, and welcome to the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights as we move to clause-by-clause consideration of Bill C-266, An Act to amend the Criminal Code, starring Mr. James Bezan who has come to our meeting.
Before we begin, we just have one budget to adopt for the witnesses for the committee who came for Bill C-266. It's in the amount of $2,500. I was just wondering if we could have a motion to adopt the budget for the review of C-266.
Is there anything else today that anybody wanted to raise? If not, as you folks know, we'll probably have another meeting when the Supreme Court nomination from Quebec happens, and we'll meet with Ms. Campbell and the minister. As soon as I have a date for that, I will let everybody know with as much notice as I can give.
It's been a pleasure working with everybody. I hope you all have a great day.