The amended motion would read:
That, pursuant to Standing Order 108(1)(a), the committee order all documents, including briefing notes, memos, emails, text messages, and summaries of phone calls prepared for the Minister of Health, Minister of Transport, Minister of Public Safety, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Minister of National Defence regarding the outbreak of the coronavirus, no later than March 3, 2020; that matters of cabinet confidence and national security be excluded from the request, and that any redactions to protect the privacy of Canadian citizens whose names and personal information may be included in the documents, as well as public servants who have been providing assistance on this matter, be made by the Office of the Law Clerk and Parliamentary Counsel of the House of Commons.
I'll quickly speak about the date we've indicated there. We put this motion on notice a number of weeks ago. This is certainly something that we've been made aware that the ministers' offices have been aware of. There should be no hesitation in terms of getting those emails, text messages, briefing notes, memos and summaries of phone calls, as there has been significant time in the lead-up to this.