The veteran politician announced she is stepping down.
The eight-year sentence was imposed in 2010.
"Practically speaking, the guy has served his sentence now," his lawyer said.
But the judge says Khadr's conditions could change in the future.
He also asked to speak with his sister, Zaynab Khadr, on the phone or over Skype.
He addressed the woman during a town hall in Hamilton.
"I couldn't find a job because of the Guantanamo stigma," the 50-year-old said.
Andrew Scheer pressed him on the settlement in question period.
But visits with this sister Zaynab will remain restricted.
They remain thankful to be living in a country where their rights are safeguarded by the courts and by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.