Mr. Speaker, as a government, we have always taken threats to national security extremely seriously, and we taken the appropriate measures in partnership with our national security agencies and intelligence officials.
One of the things that we did, as of 2015, which the previous Conservative government refused to do, was to bring in a mechanism so that parliamentarians could look at and examine top secret documents in a way that aligns with what our allies always did.
The Conservatives consistently voted against the oversight of national security. We made it more transparent. As I said, we have shared unredacted documents with parliamentarians through the NSICOP committee.