In May 2016, at a G7 ministers meeting, the environment minister, according to an article in The Globe and Mail, “advocated for greater recognition of the gender dimension to climate ”. However, a subsequent gender-based analysis of the Prime Minister's carbon tax suggested that it could have a lopsided negative impact for different genders. Why is the Prime Minister not taking his own minister's advice and refusing to recognize the gender dimension of the carbon tax?
In the House of Commons on May 4th, 2018. See this statement in context.