Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met with two of Canada’s Conservative leaders Tuesday in Ottawa.
In that uncomfortable meeting, Scheer outlined his priorities for the upcoming minority government.
The PM also met with Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe. After the meeting Moe said he didn’t hear Trudeau say anything new about helping Saskatchewan.
Strangely, no one seems to have heard PM Trudeau say anything about anything in a long time. His new cabinet will be sworn in on November 20.
Trudeau will convene the new Parliament on Thursday, December 5, comprised of all the members Canadians elected on October 21 and the House of Commons will sit on December 5 for a speech from the throne.
The Liberal minority-led 43rd Parliament will begin with MPs electing a new House of Commons Speaker, and then Governor General Julie Payette will preside over Trudeau’s throne speech in the Senate.
The election of a new speaker who ensures parliamentary procedure and head of House administration whoever it is has his or her work cut out. It will be done by secret ballot.
Media reports suggest that there are several who are interested in the role and are busy working behind the scenes to get the necessary support for the job. -CINEWS