Mr. Speaker, that is the standard answer from the solicitor general “I can't make a comment because there is an ongoing investigation”.
What is the difference between the U.S. and Canada? The U.S. attorney general stands up and says “These are the number of people that have been detained; these are the number of people that have been charged”, and he names them.
Why can we not reassure the Canadian public that here in Canada something is going on after that terrorist attack? Why not?