Thank you very much, Mr. Chair.
Commissioner, thank you very much for the job that you and your members are doing for Canadians.
I know my friends across the way like to talk about process, but they skirt around the edges of the real issues here and that is the alarming increase in terrorist activities in Canada. I know that you and your members have one of the greatest responsibilities, and that is keeping the citizens of Canada safe.
At this stage of the investigation, is it your opinion that of the 400-plus people you have interviewed, had anyone taken the advice of police forces, law enforcement agencies across Canada, and some members of Parliament like myself who have stated that if they see something that they think is wrong, or that someone's exhibiting terrorist-type behaviours, or there's something suspicious, that they should contact the local authorities? Without jeopardizing the investigation, did any of that occur during the statement taking, or even before?