Ottawa : M-Ps have lost an entire day of work in the House of Commons as the Tories continue to stall the government’s agenda.
Since 6 p.m. yesterday, the Conservatives have forced 135 votes in the House, which is delaying government bills and billions of
Conservative House leader Andrew Scheer says his party will not let up unless the government removes the federal carbon-pricing plan from all home heating.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who was in Parliament all night long voting, says his government will not get rid of it.
Conservative House Leader Andrew Scheer says the Opposition is going to do everything it can to hold up what he calls Justin
Trudeau’s destructive agenda.
The Tories are trying to get the government to remove the federal carbon-pricing plan from all home heating by the holidays and forced the Commons to pull an all-nighter last night.
Scheer says if the prime minister wants to get out of Ottawa early to begin the holiday break, he’s going to have to listen to
the Conservatives and tax the tax off.
(The Canadian Press)

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