I'm extraordinarily proud that our government has put a price on pollution because we know any credible climate plan needs to have a price on pollution. We've taken an approach where we not only have a price on pollution but we have regulations, because we believe that is the most cost-effective way, keeping in mind competitiveness.
I will remind the member that we had a carbon pricing leadership coalition, which included major companies, energy companies, consumer goods companies, and all five banks. They said they support putting a price on pollution because it is the most efficient way to reduce emissions and to do what we also want to do, which is to foster innovation and create good jobs.
I was in California where we had major investments, major venture capital firms, private equity money, that are very excited about investing in Canada because we are moving forward on a serious climate plan and we are going to create the innovations that are going to create good jobs here. I will remind the member—