Chair, once again, thank you for your intervention.
Rather than talk about my specific riding, I will talk about the respect I have for the members of the Muslim community right across this country, from coast to coast to coast, who have been working very hard taking on this topic of radicalization.
There is nothing more disturbing for a parent than the thought that they could lose a son or a daughter who could take off to participate in a fight overseas, or take part in illegal activities in this country. I have been at forums where fathers and mothers have cried as they have talked about what steps they could take. I have met with community members, not just in my community, who have also said that they have turned to this government and asked for resources to do some proactive work on recognizing signs of radicalization, and also working with youth.