Do you want me to start?
I'm not a lawyer, so I'll put that on the table.
I think it's critically important to change the Canadian Human Rights Act. We've worked with Justice since 2010, and they've been very onside with making the Canadian Human Rights Act more explicit, so that there is no question and no grey area. That's very important, because that will filter down to the provinces, and provinces will take a lead and do that.
That's not the only important part of this bill. It's very important to have pan-Canada protection. It's very important that we don't have a patchwork. The issue with a patchwork approach, where at a pan-Canada level we don't have the same protection right across Canada, is that every province will do it differently; there will be holes in the legislation; and people will be disadvantaged and actually misled because of that. They won't know what their protections are.
It's critically important, in our opinion and in the opinion of the Canadian Coalition for Genetic Fairness, to have the pan-Canada bill, the genetic non-discrimination act, in conjunction with the clarity in the Canadian Human Rights Act, in the Labour Code, and in the provincial human rights acts. It's all necessary for all Canadians to be protected.