Mr. Speaker, on April 26, we introduced the jobs, growth and long-term prosperity bill and on the same day we indicated we would have the second reading vote on the bill on May 14. As part of the fair process we have set out for the bill, this vote will follow the longest debate on a budget implementation bill in at least the last two decades. We will keep our commitment.
Given the events of today, I would like to advise the House of a change in the designation for the next allotted day. It will now be Wednesday, May 16.
Mr. Speaker, I also have the honour to table, in both official languages, the government's response to Question No. 549 on the order paper.