Governments worldwide is too broad a subject for me, unfortunately.
Each country in their own way will reflect values through the legal system. Each country will reflect through the legal system the appropriate pains and penalties for an inappropriate act. Here's where the pedal hits the metal, so to speak. In western societies the fundamental societal organizational rule is that everything is permitted except that which is prohibited. Due to that touchstone of societal organization, some countries have a more difficult a time dealing with the particular issue at hand, theocracies aside.
So where do some western countries draw the line? It has been a political third rail in the last 20 years in western European societies to adequately capture, ensnare, and punish the impugned activity. More can be done, and the value here is not so much the pain, the penalty, to be imposed by the proposed law here in Canada. The value is a signal to other countries, particularly western Europe, who are grappling on the ground with this kind of issue but not identifying the gorilla in the room for what it is, and I'm talking France.
Now that Canada is taking initiative, I would say that at global level, to combat on the plane of values what will be tolerated and not tolerated, in my view Canada is going to be the country looked at by other countries in the world, notably western Europe, as a model, just as Canada now is looked at by western European countries and countries in Asia as a model for immigration structure and law. This is the next step.