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September 22nd, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment   carbon tax, which would penalize Canadians for doing what they need to do day in and day out.

September 22nd, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment   a carbon tax, which would kill jobs and raise prices.

September 22nd, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment  Mr. Speaker, as I said earlier, we can contrast our approach with the NDP's approach. The NDP's approach to the oil and gas sector is basically a carbon tax, and then shut it down. Our government is a world leader when it comes to addressing climate change. We are going

September 22nd, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment   to our actions, we have seen a significant reduction in greenhouse gases. Unlike the NDP, which thinks it can tax its way out of every problem, we are getting results without imposing a carbon tax.

September 22nd, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment   it without an NDP carbon tax.

September 22nd, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment   strong. We are accomplishing this without a job-killing carbon tax, which would raise the price of home heating oil—

September 22nd, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment   and provide cleaner air for Canadians. Thanks to our actions, we have seen significant reductions in greenhouses gases, without imposing a job-killing NDP carbon tax.

September 22nd, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment  -billion carbon tax.

September 22nd, 2014
House debate

Kelly Block
Conservative

Energy Efficiency Program   directed elsewhere in the economy. We are proud that our government's plan is working and that we are achieving our goals without implementing a job-killing carbon tax. Canadians can rely on our government to continue to deliver for them, their families, and their pocketbooks.

September 19th, 2014
House debate

Leona Aglukkaq
Conservative

The Environment  , we have seen a significant reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. Unlike the NDP, which thinks it can tax its way out of every problem, we are getting results without imposing a carbon tax.

September 19th, 2014
House debate

Bradley Trost
Conservative

Government Priorities  . It will not stop there. We recently announced the small business hiring credit, which will lower EI taxes by 15% and save small businesses over $500 million. While a Liberal government would introduce a carbon tax and run up deficit budgets, this Conservative government will continue to stand

June 17th, 2014
House debate

Parm Gill
Conservative

Arts and Culture   prosperity. Canadians are disappointed that the anti-trade and pro-carbon tax NDP cannot say the same.

June 16th, 2014
House debate

Charlie Angus
NDP

Committees of the House  Mr. Speaker, I would ask the folks back home, what kind of mailings have they received from the Conservative Party? Those ridiculous, crazy attack mailings about the NDP and its carbon tax, the NDP breaking up the country, and how the NDP is a threat to life itself. The folks

June 16th, 2014
House debate

Maxime Bernier
Conservative

Tourism   carbon tax that will harm the tourism industry. We will not do that. We will continue to support this industry.

June 13th, 2014
House debate

Colin Carrie
Conservative

The Environment  . In the meantime, our government is doing our part by taking action to reduce greenhouse gases in Canada. Since 2006, we invested significant funds in more efficient technologies, better infrastructure adaptation and cleaner energy. We have done it without a $20 billion carbon tax. We