Fair enough. I think the committee would be very interested in whatever information you can provide in that respect.
Because of time, I want to move on.
In response to my colleague's question, you had used the phrase “all options are on the table”. I want to probe that a bit. There have been some public statements from the Prime Minister saying that under no circumstances will Canada pay ransom, or at least, from what I understood in his statements, engage in negotiations that envision the possibility of ransom. I understand the phrase “all options are on the table” to be a position from that distinct position.
If we can clarify, is the position of the Government of Canada at present that all options are on the table with respect to resolving these situations?