After seeing Al Jazeera's Canada’s COVID-19 recovery plan to dominate Trudeau throne speech
Justin Trudeau is set to unveil ‘broad’ plan that includes healthcare and job support when Parliament resumes Wednesday.
I found About the Speech from the Throne which says:
About the Speech from the Throne
The Speech from the Throne opens every new session of Parliament. The Speech introduces the government’s direction and goals, and outlines how it will work to achieve them. The Senate and the House of Commons cannot conduct public business until Canada’s Head of State or their representative reads the Speech.
Traditionally, the Governor General reads the Speech as The Queen’s representative in Canada. In 1957 and 1977, The Queen was in Canada and chose to read the Speech herself. It is called the Speech from the Throne because the Governor General reads the Speech from the seat—or the throne—in the Senate Chamber reserved for The Queen or her representative in Canada.
Members of the House of Commons, senators, Justices of the Supreme Court of Canada, and other invited guests attend the reading of the Speech.
On December 5th, 2019, Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette, Governor General of Canada, delivered the Speech from the Throne to open the 43rd session of Parliament and outline the Government’s agenda.
who is indeed seated on a throne, with Trudeau beside, and the YouTube page links to a transcript: Moving Forward Together but a cursory reading finds no reference to the queen.
Does the speech reflect in any way more than traditionally or symbolically that the Governor General is speaking for the queen or at least reflecting in some way the views of the queen? Does this symbolize any real agreement or coordination between the queen as head of state, and the prime minister and governor general of Canada?