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September 30th, 2016
House debate

Robert Gordon Kitchen
Conservative

The Environment  Madam Speaker, the Liberals are spending billions on pet projects, yet there are no jobs for Saskatchewan. They claim there is an increase in so-called infrastructure, yet there are no jobs for Saskatchewan. Now the Liberals want to force a carbon tax on the provinces

September 29th, 2016
House debate

Tom Kmiec
Conservative

Business of Supply   to stay open for another two, four, or six months, because they are not sure where the government is going with its $30 billion deficit, the higher taxes coming down, including higher payroll taxes and a new carbon tax. That isn't exactly what the people in Alberta want, a provincial

September 27th, 2016
House debate

Ed Fast
Conservative

The Environment  Mr. Speaker, during the last election, the Prime Minister promised that he would usher in a new era of collaboration with the provinces and territories. Yet the Minister of Environment and Climate Change recently confirmed that she plans to impose a massive carbon tax grab

September 27th, 2016
House debate

Ed Fast
Conservative

The Environment  Mr. Speaker, the Vancouver accord did nothing of the sort because we now note that the three premiers of our northern territories, Premier of Saskatchewan Brad Wall, and even Premier McNeil of Nova Scotia have all said that they oppose the imposition of a federal carbon tax

September 27th, 2016
House debate

Jonathan Wilkinson
Liberal

The Environment   to a pan-Canadian carbon pricing framework.... British Columbia has established a $30 per tonne broad-based carbon tax and consistently challenged others to join us.... We are encouraged to have a federal partner in advancing carbon pricing across Canada....

September 26th, 2016
House debate

Kevin Sorenson
Conservative

CANADA LABOUR CODE   and the first to come out of it. What this country needs at this time, with the economy in Alberta and throughout Canada stagnant, is an announcement of $30 billion toward kick-starting the economy. What we do not need is another carbon tax piled on top of all of the other taxes

September 26th, 2016
House debate

Marilyn Gladu
Conservative

Infrastructure   is another Liberal action that makes me wonder if the Liberals want to have any private sector jobs at all. Putting GHG screening into pipeline approvals has all but stalled that process, eliminating the potential for hundreds of thousands of Canadian jobs. Threatening carbon taxes has

September 22nd, 2016
House debate

David Anderson
Conservative

The Economy   hammered. The government's carbon tax scheme is being blamed, and the Liberals have already said that Canadians will be punished with ever-increasing carbon taxes. This is how they destroy an economy: one Liberal policy at a time. When will the Liberals remove their bull's eye from

September 22nd, 2016
House debate

John Barlow
Conservative

Natural Resources  . There are 125,000 Alberta energy workers unemployed. These are families who are struggling to pay their mortgages and struggling to put food on the table. When will the Liberal government finally make key decisions to show investors that Canada, like Texas that does not have a carbon tax

September 22nd, 2016
House debate

John Barlow
Conservative

Agriculture   carbon taxes. When will the Liberal government admit that its job-killing carbon tax is an attack on—

September 22nd, 2016
House debate

Jason Kenney
Conservative

The Economy   that recent government policies like Bill 6 and the carbon tax have contributed to the decision to close its operations. With yet more proof that carbon taxes kill jobs, will the government please reconsider its ideological determination to impose a job-killing carbon tax on Albertans?

September 22nd, 2016
House debate

Jason Kenney
Conservative

Foreign Affairs  Mr. Speaker, whether it is here or in Alberta, I will always fight for people's interests, including against the carbon tax. On a different matter, yesterday I put a motion to this place, the same as Conservatives proposed as a vote last June, to recognize that the crimes

September 21st, 2016
House debate

Marilyn Gladu
Conservative

The Environment  , Louisiana, where they do not have job-killing carbon taxes. When will the federal Liberals stop trying to copy failed provincial energy schemes and start keeping jobs on Canadian soil?

September 21st, 2016
House debate

Rona Ambrose
Conservative

The Economy   energy workers have lost their jobs. What is the Prime Minister's solution? Raising existing taxes and bringing in new ones, like a new carbon tax and a whopping CPP tax hike. His high tax, high spending plan is not helping, it is is hurting. When will the Prime Minister realize

September 20th, 2016
House debate

Alex Nuttall
Conservative

Food and Drugs Act   to outline the concerns I heard about what is happening domestically here in Canada. The Liberal government's failure to lower taxes on Canadian small business and entrepreneurs, after promising to lower them from 11% to 9%, is hurting. The Liberal government would be carbon taxing