Mr. Speaker, as leader of the official opposition and leader of the Conservative Party, I want to take this opportunity to congratulate all members of the 44th Parliament for being here today and for some of the first questions we heard in this debate.
The Conservative opposition is concerned by what was not in the Speech from the Throne. We are concerned by the fact that millions of Canadians will continue to be left behind by the Liberal government, which has no plan to fight inflation, in a throne speech that recycles many of the lofty promises we heard six years ago.
Next week, I am going to give my response to the throne speech, and I am going to explain why members on this side of the House are concerned about what we heard today.
I will speak further about our response to Speech from the Throne, but right now, I move, seconded by the opposition House leader:
That the debate be now adjourned.
(Motion agreed to)