Mr. Speaker, the guidelines in making the determination of who is on the list are quite clear.
Let me recall for the members of the House what we are talking about. An individual has been involved in a terrorist group: he is on the list. An individual who has been convicted of one or more serious and life-threatening crimes against aviation security: he is on the list. A person who has been convicted of one or more serious and life-threatening offences against a passenger or crew members: that person is on the list.
The vast majority of Canadians are not on this list.