Mr. Speaker, my question for the member is in essence the same one I asked another member of his caucus, which is in regard to the bill itself.
We all know that there are serious issues with the short title of the bill, and in good part we agree with many of the comments the members have put on the record with respect to that.
The question I have is more specifically in regard to the content of the legislation. Even though it might make a marginal difference, at best, it is a step forward, albeit a very small step, that deals with the issue of polygamy, forced marriages, early marriage, and to a certain degree, domestic violence. It is not a significant step forward, but it would appear that there is some value to that aspect of the legislation.
Does the member see any value whatsoever in any parts of the legislation? I share the concerns he has in regard to the short title.