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January 28th, 2015
House debate

Joe Oliver
Conservative

The Economy   superior to that of most G7 countries, half the debt compared to G7 countries, and a AAA credit rating. What does the opposition promise? A 45-day workweek, a $21 billion carbon tax, and a bureaucratic daycare program for less than one-third of Canadians. There is a stark choice

January 27th, 2015
House debate

Cathy McLeod
Conservative

Business of Supply   workers, or a massive carbon tax. Given the promising statistics under our policies, I would like the member to indicate who is going to pay, because someone is going to have to. I think it is going to be the middle class paying for those very expensive programs that the NDP proposes.

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 11th, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment   carbon tax.

December 11th, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment  Mr. Speaker, what would be crazy is the Liberals' plan. As I said earlier, they would take unilateral action to impose taxes and monetary penalties on the oil and gas sector. They would act unilaterally to impose a job-killing carbon tax. They would gamble with 275,000 jobs

December 11th, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment  Mr. Speaker, as I said, what it crazy is a job-killing carbon tax. Our government is the government that is reducing emissions, while supporting economic growth and job creation. We are achieving this without the crazy policies of the NDP. In 2012, greenhouse gas emissions

December 11th, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment   and without a job-killing carbon tax.

December 11th, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment  . The opposition also said it would act unilaterally to impose a job-killing carbon tax. The opposition parties would gamble with 275,000 jobs in Canada. Our government is not going to do that. We are going to support hard-working Canadians, and we are going to do that without the crazy taxes

December 11th, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment  Mr. Speaker, what is crazy is a job-killing carbon tax. What the Prime Minister said was that Canada would not take unilateral action and impose taxes and monetary penalties on the oil and gas sector. This is a North American issue that needs a North American solution. We have

December 11th, 2014
House debate

Rob Clarke
Conservative

Taxation   on Canadians, including a carbon tax, that would be detrimental to the well-being of Canadians and small businesses. Bringing in a job-killing carbon tax is irresponsible. By resisting a carbon tax, despite opposition demands, this government is standing up for hard-working Canadians. Our

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.