Conservatives accuse Freeland of lecturing Canadians during Toronto inflation talk

Conservative MP Dan Albas accused Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland of "lecturing" Canadians on Thursday during question period in reference to a speech where she laid out the government's plan to tackle inflation and called on the Liberals to consider his party's proposals. Meanwhile, Tourism Minister Randy Boissonnault retorted, saying the opposition party proposed Canadians put money into Bitcoin and cited the movie "Risky Business." "Had you listened to the Conservatives, you'd have lost your shirt in the last year," he said.

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