You're asking me a lot of things. I'm going to start by saying that defining the education sector would be helpful. However, that's definitely not the solution. Even defined in a more limited way than it is today, the education sector as such is still an important sector for creators and book publishers. So simply defining the education sector is not enough. It's also important to define certain limits to the concept of fairness.
I'm going to suggest something else that you might consider. The amendments in 1997 made it possible to introduce a very innovative mechanism in Canada. It's a mechanism that grants access to a work and payment for that work at the same time. Access is guaranteed, and payment as well.
Unfortunately, Bill C-32 disregards that mechanism, which is provided for under the current Copyright Act. Even worse, it is eliminated in a number of instances. If we once again followed the principle that, when the market is able to meet the rights holders' needs as well as those of the user, we no longer need to apply the rules of exemption, we would succeed in achieving the twofold objective of access and compensation.