Opposition Day debates and want of confidence motions
New business will be added after the 43rd Parliament begins.
Opposition Day is a reserved block of time on certain sessional days. This time is used to consider a motion that has been proposed by a member of an opposition party.
A want of confidence motion, if carried, signals that the government has lost the confidence of the House.
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