Mr. Speaker, with regard to my colleague's speech, I would like to reiterate the importance of avoiding extreme positions.
In any political position, it is important to reflect Canada and be nuanced and balanced. We must not be on either end of the spectrum.
Just by introducing this bill, the government is trying to influence people or scare them, not through the content of the bill, but by exploiting certain prejudices. I invite all the members of the House to be careful and avoid extremes.