Thank you for that.
I think that there are two aspects that we're talking about. Counter-radicalization is really important work. There's no question about that, but the day-to-day experience, the lived experience of systemic discrimination and religious discrimination is very real. The work that you're doing on it may be within a different realm of the radicalization. I think that we need both. I hope that the government will take a look with respect to that.
It would be great for this committee to get the information on that action plan, the Canada action plan on racism, to find out what aspect of that plan is continuing in terms of programming, how much is being put towards it, what stage it is at, and which parts are not continuing. There was an evaluation done, and there is important information. Maybe we could build on that work going forward, coming out of this committee, and maybe in other realms. I wonder whether or not that's information that could be shared with this committee.