Mr. Speaker, as I said before, this was Teck Resources's decision and we respect that decision. I am sure it was a difficult one to make.
The Teck decision and the CEO's letter show the need for us to have a serious climate plan that cuts pollution, incentivizes innovation and ensures a healthy economy and investor confidence.
Our government has a serious plan that includes a price on pollution. We are moving to exceed the Paris targets. We will be working toward net zero by 2050. We need collaboration with the provinces to do that.
We will be moving forward, in collaboration with our provincial partners, to ensure that we have both climate action and clean growth.