I think that's something I tried to point out at the outset, but I'm happy to emphasize it here. The proposed bill includes very significant improvements on the third party regime. In particular, it expands very significantly the scope of regulated activities well beyond the sole issue of advertising. So this is what you're referring to. It also has the effect of regulating foreign funding with respect to those activities.
Currently, for example, a third party can do canvassing—it's not regulated—and can solicit funds from a foreign source for canvassing activities, which is permissible under current law. That would certainly not be possible under C-76.