Mr. Speaker, as I said, we take our national security and our agencies' recommendations quite seriously.
Unlike the previous government, we are deeply committed to promoting openness and transparency. That is why, for the first time, our government has published the number of national security reviews that cabinet has considered under the law.
We have also published the national security review guidelines so that Canadians can see how robust the review process is for these transactions. We will take no lessons from—