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October 9th, 2014
House debate

Cheryl Gallant
Conservative

The Environment   the “green” leader of the third party, filling his head with goofy ideas like carbon taxes and industrial wind turbines where they are not wanted or needed. By hiding huge tax increases onto electricity bills under the guise of saving the environment, we have a new reality, thanks

October 7th, 2014
House debate

Leona Aglukkaq
Conservative

The Environment   a job-killing carbon tax.

October 7th, 2014
House debate

Stephen Harper
Conservative

The Environment   continuing to take steps to limit emissions and achieve our environmental objectives. Our objective on this side of the House is not to kill jobs and not to impose a carbon tax.

October 6th, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment  . That is a fact. Moving forward, the Government of Canada will continue to look for opportunities to take action in a manner that reduces greenhouse gas emissions while maintaining job creation and economic growth. We will do that without the job-killing carbon tax that the opposition seems

October 6th, 2014
House debate

Leona Aglukkaq
Conservative

The Environment  -killing carbon tax, which would raise the price of--

October 3rd, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment   this without a job-killing carbon tax, which would raise the price of everything.

September 30th, 2014
House debate

Eve Adams
Conservative

The Environment  Mr. Speaker, our government's record is very clear. We have taken decisive action on the environment while protecting our economy. Engaging in or moving forward with either a national carbon tax or a national cap-and-trade scheme would be out of step with the United States, our

September 30th, 2014
House debate

Eve Adams
Conservative

The Environment   emissions are projected to be 128 megatonnes lower, relative to a scenario with no action. We are accomplishing all of this without a job-killing carbon tax, which would raise the price of everything.

September 29th, 2014
House debate

Peter Van Loan
Conservative

Business of Supply  Mr. Speaker, the hon. member for Outremont also must not want to be reminded that for almost two decades, he kept knowledge of bribe attempts to himself. The Leader of the Opposition does not want to explain to Canadians his risky high-tax schemes, like his $21-billion carbon

September 26th, 2014
House debate

Costas Menegakis
Conservative

Reducing the effects of urban heat islands Act   this legislation is a rehash of the NDP's commitment to impose a $21 billion carbon tax on Canadians. It is not enough for them that our government is working with communities in a respectful and constructive manner, not at all. According to New Democrats, we need to raise taxes on Canadian

September 26th, 2014
House debate

Eve Adams
Conservative

Reducing the effects of urban heat islands Act   no control. The NDP simply need to realize that the solution to everything is not a new national strategy and broad spending promises. The legislation should not be wholly surprising to this House given that its genesis is from a party that is proposing a $20 billion carbon tax. Even

September 26th, 2014
House debate

Leona Aglukkaq
Conservative

The Environment   killing carbon tax, which would raise the price of everything.

September 26th, 2014
House debate

Leona Aglukkaq
Conservative

The Environment   will go down close to 130 megatonnes from what they would have been under the Liberals. and we have done this without introducing the job killing carbon tax that the NDP wants.

September 25th, 2014
House debate

Lois Brown
Conservative

The Environment   emissions are projected to be 128 megatonnes lower relative to a scenario with no action. We are accomplishing all of this without a job-killing carbon tax, which would raise the price of everything. It is the responsibility of each of us as consumers to make the right choices. As long

September 24th, 2014
House debate

Leona Aglukkaq
Conservative

The Environment   position. That is showing leadership. Canada has consistently been moving to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in our country and at the same time growing the economy. We have done that without introducing a $20 billion carbon tax. Our plan is working. We can do both, not one