Canadians were wondering if they'd see voting results on the proposed federal budget in the House of Commons at the end of the day, however the house is adjourned until next week Monday.

Nonetheless, Budget 2024 has Conservative Party leaders, and many Canadians, scratching their heads as to how this is going to affect the average tax payer who is working hard just to put food on their table and pay all the bills at the end of the day.

“Struggling families can't afford higher taxes and more inflationary spending that drives up the cost of everything and keeps interest rates high," says MP for Brandon-Souris, Larry Maguire. "That’s why Conservatives made three key demands in advance of the budget:"

-Axing the tax on farmers and food by immediately passing Bill C-234 in its original form;

-Building homes, not bureaucracy, by requiring that cities permit 15% more home building each year as a condition for receiving federal infrastructure money; and

-Capping spending with a dollar-for-dollar rule to bring down interest rates and inflation.

“Unfortunately, Justin Trudeau refused to listen. His failure to respond to the real needs of Canadians in this budget leaves me no choice but to vote against it," adds Maguire.