Madam Speaker, I have already, in this House, told my colleague from Scarborough—Guildwood how much I like having an opportunity to debate various issues with him and to show him that, too often, he contradicts himself. However, I must admit today that following this most interesting speech on Bill C-57, it would seem that, this time, for once, the government is on the right track, which I must say does not happen often enough.
Indeed, there seem to be a number of very interesting measures in Bill C-57. It should be understood, however, that I am still not convinced that this bill cannot be improved. But the government is certainly on the right track. That being said, the member mentioned earlier a number of provisions dealing with institutions that have between $1 billion and $5 billion in equity. He was talking more specifically about cooperatives. He mentioned in his speech that other types of institutions could also be exempted from these obligations.
Could the member elaborate on those other types of institutions that could be exempted from the obligations set out in this bill?