Madam Speaker, I am wondering if the opposition House leader can try to clarify something for me.
When we had a motion this morning to move to orders of the day, 66 Conservatives voted remotely and 44 voted in person. This is public data available on the website. When we voted on the motion for closure, 52 Conservatives voted remotely. That means 14 Conservatives were within a 10-minute walk of this place and were able to get over here, as they had previously voted remotely.
Can the opposition House leader please explain to the House how the Conservatives can be so dead set against this technology when they are routinely using it?