Paul Hindo spoke very personally about his 15-day visit to Iraq, which was a very wonderful and fascinating trip. The chaos did not prevent him from researching his birthplace in one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and he was delighted to sleep in his old bedroom, as his brother bought the family home. The instability of the country is very evident and many are clinging to their religion. With the assistance of the Americans, they are trying to rebuild their country, which is difficult for many who are not familiar with democracy. He stressed that Canada has an important economic role to play in the rebuilding of Iraq.