Well, I'll agree to disagree, I guess, on that. It did fall a lot faster than a lot of us thought it would. I personally was disappointed in how fast it happened; however, I know, as somebody who wrote about it publicly a month in advance of the actual fall and said that we had two weeks at that time to get everybody out, I was disappointed we didn't.
I guess my final question, again to you, Ms. Loten, is: What is your assessment of risks?
One of the push-backs we're getting and what we're hearing, especially from IRCC, is that we can't do...the failure or lack of biometrics. The threat is different, when you compare Afghanistan to Ukraine, to get these Afghans out.
What is the real risk? I don't accept that risk of these cells coming out, of these women and children out of Afghanistan coming into Canada to get them out...if we could create the corridors to get them out of there.