EDMONTON — An Edmonton-area MP is thrilled his private member’s bill to establish a national Holocaust monument passed in the House of Commons last week with support from across the political spectrum.Conservative Tim Uppal said Canada is the only allied country without such a memorial in its national capital. When he heard about an Ontario woman who was pushing for one, the bill seemed an obvious move.“I think it’s something that will really resonate with every Canadian,” Uppal said Saturday. “Of course, it’s important for the survivors, but for me it also honours all of the men and women who went to war against Hitler, it highlights Canada’s commitment to human rights, justice and equality for all.”The bill does not come with any money attached for the project. Uppal said he would like to see a group of five volunteers established to help solicit public donations and select a design and site around the Ottawa area.Countries as diverse as South Africa, Argentina and Hungary have national Holocaust memorials, but Canada so far does not. Gillian Horwitz, the president of the Jewish Federation of Edmonton, applauded Uppal’s efforts to change that.