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December 12th, 2014
House debate

Jeff Watson
Conservative

Air Transportation  . However, I will tell members what would raise the price of an airline ticket drastically. It would be a $21 billion NDP carbon tax.

December 12th, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment   greenhouse gas emissions for the oil and gas sector. We are the first government in Canadian history to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while supporting economic growth. We are going to do it without an NDP and Liberal job-killing carbon tax, and we are going to do it without taking

December 12th, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment   carbon tax the NDP would like to put in.

December 12th, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment   at a competitive disadvantage. As well, what is very clear is that the opposition would put in a job-killing carbon tax. What is also clear is that it would gamble with 275,000 Canadian jobs. We are not going to do that. We are going to support hard-working Canadian families.

December 12th, 2014
House debate

David Yurdiga
Conservative

Taxation   tax that would raise the price on everything from fuel costs in Victoria to groceries in Inuvik, to home heating in St. John's. This is a tax that no Canadians want. Our government will never punish Canadians with the job-killing carbon tax called for by the opposition.

December 10th, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment   always said that we would like to work collaboratively with the Obama administration to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the oil and gas sector. We are going to do this without a job-killing carbon tax like the New Democrats and Liberals want to put in.

December 10th, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment   and the irresponsible policies of the NDP and the Liberals. We want to work together collaboratively with the United States to ensure we have a sector-by-sector approach that works on a continental basis. We will do that without a job-killing carbon tax.

December 10th, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment   under the Liberals, and we have done it all without a carbon tax.

December 10th, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment  Mr. Speaker, as I said before, we are the first government in Canadian history to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and we have done so without the NDP-Liberal carbon tax. Given the current conditions in the oil and gas sector, it would be reckless economic policy

December 10th, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment   that we want to work collaboratively with the Obama administration to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. We are the first government in Canadian history to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and we have done so without their carbon tax. Canadians have a very clear choice. They know

December 10th, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment  Mr. Speaker, as I said, we are the first government in Canadian history to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and we are doing so without the NDP and Liberal carbon tax. Given the current conditions of the oil and gas sector, it would be reckless economic policy to unilaterally

December 10th, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment   on the oil and gas sector. We are not going to put Canadians out of work and we are not going to put in a job-killing carbon tax.

December 10th, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment   on reducing greenhouse gas emissions for the oil and gas sector. Canadians need to know that we are the first government in Canadian history to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. We are doing so without the NDP and Liberal job-killing carbon tax.

December 10th, 2014
House debate

Pat Perkins
Conservative

The Environment  Mr. Speaker, while Canada's economy is better than many, and that is thanks to this government's careful stewardship, we remain on the road to recovery. Introducing a carbon tax would be detrimental on this road to economic recovery. This government believes in the importance

December 10th, 2014
House debate

Chris Warkentin
Conservative

The Environment  Mr. Speaker, our government believes that money belongs in the pockets of Canadian families. The opposition believes that money belongs in government's pockets. It is no secret that the opposition would like to bring forward a job-killing carbon tax. A carbon tax would raise