OTTAWA, Sept 2 (Reuters) - Canada’s left-leaning opposition New Democrats said on Wednesday they want to make Parliament work -- comments that indicate they might keep the minority Conservative government in power.
The main opposition Liberals say they will present a motion of non-confidence in the government later this month. For it to succeed, all three opposition parties must vote in favor.
“There’s a difference between propping up the Conservatives and making a minority Parliament work ... we want to make Parliament work, we’re willing to, obviously, look at issues as they arise,” New Democratic Party national director Brad Lavigne told CTV television. (Reporting by David Ljunggren; editing by Peter Galloway)