Mr. Speaker, it would be difficult to answer all of those questions. I provided much of that information in a recent press availability.
I can tell the hon. member that we are there to comply with the resolutions that have been passed by the United Nations Security Council. We are there primarily to protect civilians on the ground in Libya from their own administration. We have clearly seen evidence in the past number of days, if not weeks, that Gadhafi has wreaked havoc on the ground against his own civilians.
We are there with an international partnership providing as much protection as we possibly can.