You've expressed a lot of concern about who is coming in as GARs, government-assisted refugees, as opposed to who isn't, and with respect to opposing exclusions based on particular religions. I just want to clarify one thing and then ask you a question.
In terms of the UNHCR, the policy of the government has been to use the UNHCR to help in identifying the most vulnerable, and that is a religious blind assessment. There are no stipulations provided to the UNHCR, nor do they provide us with information about how there are this many people in this particular religion.
There was a question on the Order Paper, which was actually presented by my colleague Ms. Kwan, which asked about the policy of the previous government. In response to that question on the Order Paper, it was made clear that the previous government specifically put a stop to receiving individuals from Syria as refugees who were practising the Muslim faith.
I want to ask you about your perceptions and observations about that historic policy of the previous government, in terms of actively excluding one particular religion.