The votes are in and the House of Commons will sit one day a week with two virtual sittings until May 25th
MPs voted on the motion on how to hold parliamentary sittings though the rest of the COVID-19 pandemic Monday afternoon.
The Conservative Party’s amendment to hold two in-person sittings a week was defeated. 22 were against, while 15 in favour.
Meanwhile, the Liberal Party’s motion to sit one day a week and hold two virtual sittings a week was passed, again with 22 in favour and 15 against.