Okay, thank you.
On page 9, the top left corner, there's this reference:
Some international terrorist groups have more explicit Canadian connections.... Although the civil war in Sri Lanka has ended, it is important that any surviving elements of the LTTE
—the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam—
are not allowed to rebuild in Canada.... In May 2010, for example...
—a named individual—
an LTTE fundraiser, was convicted of terrorist financing in Canada.
I want to point out that the crimes for which he was convicted in 2010 occurred in 2008, before the end of the war in 2009. Is there any particular reason that this very specific provision made its way into this document, naming a specified individual, a specific terrorist group, with respect to crimes that have nothing to do with the LTTE's resurging after the war? Is this any indication that we think the LTTE is reforming in Canada?