Mr. Speaker, this is not a botched bill. The member's assessment of the bill is incorrect.
There are very important and comprehensive measures contained in Bill C-51 that go directly to the heart and effort of protecting Canadians. Whether it is giving our security forces greater ability to promote and protect Canadians' interests by pre-empting some of those actions or whether it is by changing the legislation with insertions in the Criminal Code to allow us to do more to prevent radicalization and recruitment online, this is a comprehensive, important bill before Parliament.
It is getting rigorous examination before committee. I would urge the hon. member to actually take the time to read it and delve a little deeper herself.