Mr. Speaker, the more we look at the Kyoto fiasco, the worse it gets.
The environment minister claims he will be able to buy emissions credits for $10 Canadian a tonne. Before ratification even happens, the international price has jumped in the last three months from $1 U.S. to $7 U.S. Some even predict that it will go as high as $80 per tonne.
Canadian taxpayers want to know how much Kyoto is going to cost them.