That brings to an end our 119th meeting of the 42nd Parliament, since 2015.
Thank you very much for travelling to Ottawa from more or less distant provinces.
Thank you for your contributions to our work, through the reports you have filed and the emails, and handwritten letters, of course, that you have sent us.
Thanks as well for taking part in the initial stages of our study on the modernization of the act. I encourage everyone to follow the progress of our work.
On November 20, when we return from the parliamentary break, during which we will be working in our respective constituencies, we will hear from the representatives of Juristes Power. On November 22, we will have those from the Fédération des communautés francophones et acadienne du Canada, the FCFA, a group well known in official languages circles in Canada. Senator René Cormier will be reporting to us on progress being made on the work by our counterparts in the Senate, or, I should say, the other chamber.
Thank you, everyone.
The meeting is adjourned.