Madam Speaker, it obvious, in the last 20-some days that we literally have been in Parliament, by the number of opposition days we have been able to bring forward solutions to problems facing the country that the government has seemed unable to do themselves.
I will give the House one example. On our very first opposition day, we were able to pass a motion and establish the committee that is working right now to address the crisis with our relationship with the Government of China and the Beijing regime.
The role of the official opposition is to hold the government to account. However, our role is also to offer substantial solutions and fixes.
Another issue we brought forward was the illegal blockades. Again, we would like to be talking about that. We think there are some important things the government could do.
The role of our opposition is to present a government in waiting, which is a party that offers solutions to the current government, and to hold it to account. That it is what we are doing.