Mr. Speaker, I was pleased to talk with the Premier of New Brunswick.
Provinces across the country understand that we need to put a price on pollution and that we need to have a serious plan to tackle climate change. Provinces are well within their rights to establish their own plan. Eighty per cent of Canadians already live where there is one, in Ontario, Quebec, Alberta, and B.C. The provinces can determine what to do with the revenue. They can return the revenue to individuals, to businesses, or they can decide that they are going to invest in energy efficiency.
We think that is the best way, because that is the way we can actually tackle climate change, work together, and grow our economy.