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November 21st, 2014
House debate

Jacques Gourde
Conservative

Taxation   have increased and expanded the universal child care benefit, now worth nearly $2,000 a year for each child under the age of six, and $720 a year for each child aged six to 17. The Liberal leader is proposing a high-tax, high-debt program, whether by imposing a job-killing carbon

November 19th, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

Aboriginal Affairs   carbon tax. I am not sure.

November 19th, 2014
House debate

John Williamson
Conservative

Taxation  Mr. Speaker, Canadians know that the Liberal leader will raise taxes and make life more difficult for families. Whether through a job-killing carbon tax or clawing back our Conservative government's new tax breaks for families, the Liberal leader promises a high-tax, high-debt

November 18th, 2014
House debate

Leona Aglukkaq
Conservative

The Environment   a carbon tax.

November 17th, 2014
House debate

Leona Aglukkaq
Conservative

The Environment   introducing a carbon tax by the NDP.

November 7th, 2014
House debate

Roxanne James
Conservative

Employment  . While we are focused on creating jobs, the Liberals have the same old Liberal high-tax, high-spending agenda that will threaten jobs and set working families back. At the same time, the NDP continues to push risky high-tax schemes, such as a $20 billion carbon tax that would hurt

November 5th, 2014
House debate

Andrew Saxton
Conservative

Small Business   money in the pockets of Canadians, the NDP wants to take it away with hidden carbon taxes and sky-high business tax hikes.

November 5th, 2014
House debate

Andrew Saxton
Conservative

Small Business  . While we are putting more money in the pockets of Canadians, the NDP wants to take it away with hidden carbon taxes and sky high business tax hikes. Unlike the NDP, which only talks about protecting consumers, it is our Conservative government that is acting on its commitments. Most

November 4th, 2014
House debate

Scott Armstrong
Conservative

Employment  Mr. Speaker, I am wondering, when the member was talking to the workers in the oil sands, an area where she is from, if she explained to them that her party, if it had its way, would launch a massive carbon tax on the oil sands and that the jobs they are talking about would

November 4th, 2014
House debate

Leona Aglukkaq
Conservative

The Environment   climate change. Thanks to our actions, carbon emissions will go down close to 130 megatonnes from what they would have been under the Liberals, without introducing a carbon tax.

November 3rd, 2014
House debate

Leona Aglukkaq
Conservative

The Environment   greenhouse emissions in the world. We are accomplishing this without the NDP and the Liberal carbon tax.

October 30th, 2014
House debate

Leona Aglukkaq
Conservative

The Environment   the Liberals, and we are not introducing a carbon tax.

October 30th, 2014
House debate

Leona Aglukkaq
Conservative

The Environment   and pollution from vehicles. Recently I also announced our intent to regulate the HFCs, one of the fastest-growing greenhouse gases in the world. We are accomplishing this without the job-killing carbon tax that the NDP wants.

October 27th, 2014
House debate

Robert Sopuck
Conservative

Grains and Oilseed Industry  , the opposition would rather introduce a carbon tax to hinder Canada's competitive advantage in the grains and oilseeds sector.

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