I would say it's even society as a whole.
I introduced a bill to develop a poverty reduction strategy. I was pleasantly surprised when economic development stakeholders and retail business owners approached me to say that they were happy about the proposal. For every woman who earns a lower wage, who is penalized, for every worker whose income decreases, an entire region pays the price. We know these workers often earn lower wages. They necessarily spend their money in their region. Every dollar of lost income means less money spent in the region.
If this bill passes, Canada-wide consultations will be undertaken. Given your expertise, which stakeholders in Quebec should be consulted for more in-depth input on the regime?