Thank you, sir.
At the last hearing I discussed the best practices in global whistle-blower laws that help us distinguish between cardboard shield rights, which doom anyone who relies on them, versus metal shields, which have a credible chance of protecting those who depend on them.
In an analyzed way, I didn't think Canada's law had reached the level of being a metal shield. It was more like a paper shield.
I can just repeat those criticisms, or I can cover the same best practices with an eye towards sharing some of the solutions and examples of functional provisions that have been adapted in other countries, whichever you think would be the most helpful, sir.