Mr. Speaker,'Twas the night before Christmas and no one could afford a house. Some people were blaming a fellow named Klaus.
The Prime Minister said he would have people's backs. But it turned out his real plan was to triple the tax.
The holidays are here. There is a gift shopping tradition. But things are more expensive, thanks to the costly coalition.
So instead just rest, stay home and take a nap. Try to forget about the ArriveCAN app.
If you hear the sound of a reindeer's hoof, then it is Santa, not Stephen, up on the roof.
Santa reaches down inside of his sack. He knows what the people want is to have their freedoms back.
But if you hear the sound of a convoy truck, then the message for Liberals is: end the mandates.
Jesus was born with a hope to save every sinner even the ones who attend the press gallery dinner.
At Christmas we celebrate the joy that we find and proclaim peace and love to all “peoplekind”.
This might be not as a good as Cuzner's last riff. I just hope it will not get me shot by journo Dale Smith.
'Twas the night before Christmas. Inflation is the worst. The Conservatives have a leader who will put the people first.
In the House of Commons on December 6th, 2022. See this statement in context.