Proponents argue the bill would bring much-needed transparency to union finances, laying out for the public how much officers receive and how much is spent on political activity. Opponents say the bill treads on privacy rights, casts too broad a net in terms of who would have to disclose personal information, and pushes the federal government into an area of provincial jurisdiction.

Amend it to include all corporations and political groups (and religious groups) then we can start talking

Admittedly Iceland doesn’t have the backstabbing pernicious “rugged individualists” that prevent this kind of change; you know the ones “I got mine” and so on