Elizabeth May: Mr. Speaker, I would like to ask my honourable friend from Nanaimo—Cowichan if she is aware that just recently, in the last hour, there was a news release from the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations announcing their conclusion that this piece of legislation, Bill C-6, would do permanent damage to collective bargaining across Canada.
I would like to ask the hon. member if she has heard of this development and if she has any thoughts.
Jean Crowder: Mr. Speaker, I want to thank the member for bringing that to my attention.
There are others who have written about how this kind of back-to-work legislation undermines the collective bargaining process in this country. Again, collective bargaining is part of our democratic process. It is part of the process where workers and employers get together and negotiate. This is not negotiation. This is imposition.
I would again urge all members to vote against Bill C-6.