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December 14th, 2016
House debate

Kerry Diotte
Conservative

Edmonton Griesbach   carbon tax, and EI benefits are running out. The Liberals are being Grinches. Despite their out-of-control spending, they failed to create one single net new full-time job. Their ultra-green agenda has Albertans seeing red. My constituents deserve a government that keeps its word

December 13th, 2016
House debate

Pierre Poilievre
Conservative

Taxation  Mr. Speaker, by middle-class tax cut, he means they gave $800 in tax relief to someone earning $150,000 a year, like a Liberal MP, and zero to someone earning $45,000 a year. Now that same person has to pay Liberal carbon taxes, Liberal payroll taxes. Those carbon taxes

December 13th, 2016
House debate

Gérard Deltell
Conservative

Taxation  . He also created the new Liberal carbon tax, the Liberal health insurance tax, and the Liberal dental care tax. The Prime Minister really is coming up with all kinds of creative ways to impose more tax on Canadians. Is the Prime Minister ready to invent a tax on broken promises?

December 13th, 2016
House debate

Peter Van Loan
Conservative

Taxation   Canadians for their Internet use? Last week it was a carbon tax on everything. This comes after tax hikes on textbooks, children's sports, music lessons, income taxes, and more. Why do the Liberals now want to tax Canadians more just to use the Internet? Why is their Christmas gift

December 12th, 2016
House debate

Kelly Block
Conservative

Agriculture and Agri-Food   the government in Order Paper Question No. 536 whether any studies have been done on the impact the carbon tax will have on agriculture, and the response answered everything but my question. I would note that prairie farmers are among the most efficient and innovative in the world

December 12th, 2016
House debate

Kelly Block
Conservative

Agriculture and Agri-Food   and the technology that goes into modern-day farming, or witnessing a trail with 200 hopper cars being loaded at a grain elevator. Unfortunately, and despite this meeting, the government is not just ignoring this sector but is actually putting it at a disadvantage. The new carbon tax, regardless

December 12th, 2016
House debate

Alex Nuttall
Conservative

Questions on the Order Paper  With regard to the government’s plan to implement a carbon tax or carbon price: (a) for vendors that sell products subject to a carbon tax or price on carbon, will the vendors be required to include the carbon tax or price on carbon when calculating the amount of consumption

December 12th, 2016
House debate

Pierre Poilievre
Conservative

Points of Order  Mr. Speaker, on a point of order, I am rising today in accordance with Standing Order 39 and Question No. 575 on the Order Paper regarding the government's new carbon tax. According to O'Brien and Bosc, Order Paper questions are a way for Parliament to obtain “detailed, lengthy

December 12th, 2016
House debate

Karen Vecchio
Conservative

Social Development  Mr. Speaker, even Liberals are now being forced to admit that their policies are costing Canadian families dearly. Reports show that even before the Liberals impose their disastrous carbon tax, the cost of food will significantly increase in the new year. All Canadians

December 12th, 2016
House debate

Gerry Ritz
Conservative

Taxation  Mr. Speaker, there are no ifs, ands, or buts as to who is in charge of this slow-motion train wreck. The reality is that Australia has abandoned its carbon tax. France is not putting a price on carbon. Saskatchewan and Manitoba have some serious concerns about this pan-Canadian

December 12th, 2016
House debate

Marilyn Gladu
Conservative

Taxation  Mr. Speaker, I congratulate the government on driving jobs into the ground. Australia implemented a carbon tax, but it was forced to reverse this attack on hard-working families, as it made life unaffordable for citizens and small business. The United States has been clear

December 12th, 2016
House debate

John Barlow
Conservative

Taxation   climate change plan while, in Ontario, its largest carbon emitters have received exemptions. Will the Liberals admit that this climate change plan and carbon tax is an absolute sham? It is going to cost hard-working Canadian taxpayers billions of dollars in new unnecessary taxes

December 12th, 2016
House debate

Rona Ambrose
Conservative

Taxation  Mr. Speaker, the Prime Minister's new carbon tax will put Canadian businesses and workers at a very real disadvantage compared to our American neighbours and our biggest competitors. According to the Prime Minister's own officials, it will increase the cost of electricity, gas

December 12th, 2016
House debate

Rona Ambrose
Conservative

Taxation   groceries and paying their electricity bills. Why is the Prime Minister plowing ahead with this new carbon tax when he will not even tell Canadians what it would cost?

December 12th, 2016
House debate

Rona Ambrose
Conservative

Taxation  Mr. Speaker, the Prime Minister's carbon tax will put Canadian companies and workers at a disadvantage relative to U.S. companies. According to the Prime Minister's own officials, this tax will increase the cost of electricity and fuel in Canada. In the meantime, the president