Absolutely. I believe that Canada should be taking a more public and involved role. I believe Canada is probably best suited to this with our commitment to human rights and the respect that Canada commands around the world. I think any other country looks at Canada with a lot of respect, and they would be more likely to listen when Canada speaks.
I feel this is an opportunity for us to rise and show the world what we stand for and protect the rights of a minority and a persecuted people. I definitely agree with that point that we should be more vocal both publicly and within the institutions that are available for them like the UN and others.
I would also add one comment in response to the question about the commission of inquiry. There is also a human rights chief, Zeid Ra'ad Al-Hussein, who said that the treatment of the Rohingya merits a UN commission of inquiry and a review by the International Criminal Court.