Mr. Speaker, this afternoon we will continue with the opposition supply day motion that we commenced this morning.
Tomorrow we will resume the debate on Bill C-28, the budget implementation bill. This would be followed by Bill C-31, the pension bill of certain veterans and members of the RCMP. If and when this is completed, hopefully tomorrow, we would then resume consideration of Bill C-36, the archives bill, and possibly Bill C-17 on public safety.
Next week, as the hon. leader of the opposition in the House has stated, is a constituency week.
I have designated May 26 as an allotted day, although we are willing to have further conversations about that this afternoon.
On Tuesday, May 27, if Bill C-28 has not already been disposed of, we would at that point have to return to it. We would then turn to Bill C-25, the public service bill, followed by business not yet completed from this week.
This is the program at this juncture.