Thank you, Chair.
Thanks for all the presentations we heard today, and thank you to those who have served and those who are contributing directly to the recognition of our men and women who serve.
I want to say hi to my colleagues in Nova Scotia, of course, Mr. Brown and Mr. Woodburn, and thank them for their work that they continue to do here in Nova Scotia to recognize the battle of the Sackville.
I really want to thank you as well, Mr. Harris, for your 42 years of research. It is very important. We need to have you in this study. Your information will be essential.
Also, thank you to my colleagues with the federal retirees and the big questions of who, what and how. These are very important questions for this study.
Mr. Gregory, thank you for your work for young people. I find that very impressive. This is so important in our research as we're going forward.
Mr. Sampson, I believe that you are from Nova Scotia. I don't know whether or not we are related, but it's a pleasure to meet you.
Thanks to all of you for that information. I have three quick questions.
I'll start off with my colleagues in Nova Scotia. You talked about the Sackville. I have a painting of the Sackville right in my office. It's from a veteran. I'm very proud of it, and every time I visit the ship, I'm always impressed.
You talked about celebrations. Very quickly, the Battle of the Atlantic is essential for everyone to know about. How are we celebrating that, not just in Nova Scotia, but in Atlantic Canada and in Canada as a whole?