What bothers me about this amendment is that it makes the entire bill merely a suggestion. In other words, the minister would be free to consult on the topics listed or disregard them. As I see it, that's what the word “should” means. If the minister wants to broaden the scope of the bill, great. He has the flexibility to do that.
What I don't like about the word “should” is that it gives the minister the flexibility to do it or not, for better or for worse, as the case may be. To my mind, the consultations “must include”, not “should include”, an assessment of certain considerations.