What it would do, as we've already done with this bill so far, is shine a light on the importance of Remembrance Day—having a discussion in Parliament about what Remembrance Day means, making the language consistent in the federal law, and if it passes, having Parliament affirm, and members of Parliament from Quebec affirm, the importance of Remembrance Day to them and to their constituents.
That may have an impact, sparking conversations in provinces like Quebec, which don't already have it as a statutory holiday—conversations such as, “Are we honouring that day appropriately? Are we giving due respect to the veterans and the fallen?” That's a perfectly legitimate debate.
This bill doesn't do that for Quebec, however. It's up to each province to decide for itself.