Elizabeth May: Mr. Speaker, I thank the hon. member for Bruce—Grey—Owen Sound for raising the matter in the House to clarify his remarks.
I hope I will not prolong this episode, which I think has been unpleasant and worrying for all of us, by asking if the member’s apology is predicated on the notion that the registry had anything to do with confiscating weapons.
The Acting Speaker: It is not the practice of the House that we debate the content of what a member is rising on in a point of order. It is the practice of the House that, when a member rises and withdraws remarks and/or apologizes, we accept that and move forward. If members would like to discuss this among themselves, that is at their discretion.