Madam Speaker, I thank my colleague for his speech on this important bill, which has to do with the protection of privacy.
However, as my colleague mentioned in his speech, there are still a lot of grey areas.
In a recent question, my colleague from Berthier—Maskinongé brought up the cases of CERB fraud. Fraud was also discovered at the Canada Revenue Agency last fall. Some people therefore had problems completing their EI claims when many regions of Quebec were in the red zone and people were losing their jobs.
We also need to think about the issue of the separation of powers. The Government of Quebec is already working on Bill 64.
Depending on the location of the business, will responsibility for the protection of privacy fall to Quebec or Ottawa? Would the same business be subject to Quebec law for certain information and to the federal law for other information?
There are a lot of grey areas, and all of these elements still need to be clarified. How can we do that?