Mr. Speaker, I would like to thank the excellent member for Gatineau for raising this important point.
Earlier, we spoke about the number of bills that have been rejected by the Supreme Court because this government always tries to ram through legislation instead of putting in place a solid legislative framework that is not problematic. Consequently, the Conservatives either have to introduce another bill to correct the flaws of previous bills, or the courts are obliged to reject the bills.
Today, the member for Gatineau suggested a way to move forward more quickly, and in a more meaningful and solid manner, precisely so that the positive aspects of the bill dealing with cyberbullying are not rejected just because other aspects require more work.
According to my colleague from Gatineau, would her proposal result in a more effective approach to fighting cyberbullying?