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Taxation   confirmed that it will be imposing a carbon tax on all the provinces. By 2022, gas prices at the pump will increase by 12¢, which is really going to drive up the cost of groceries. Will the Liberals put a stop to this situation before it escalates any further, or is this just

May 19th, 2017House debate

Alupa ClarkeConservative

The Environment  Madam Speaker, while the Minister of Environment is forcing her carbon tax onto the provinces, the Minister of Transport has introduced a tanker ban, which his own officials acknowledge targets just one industry. This is not a ban on tanker traffic as they will continue to move

May 19th, 2017House debate

Kelly BlockConservative

The Environment  That is precisely why I am wondering if the parliamentary secretary actually read all the documents himself. Every single document released yesterday by the Minister of Environment bears the title of Liberal carbon tax. There are a bunch of numbers and words in there no one can

May 19th, 2017House debate

Gérard DeltellConservative

The Environment  . Is that so? Three provinces have implemented a carbon lottery, a system that has sadly not worked for Quebec since 2013. Yesterday, the Minister of Environment and Climate Change said that if it does not work, then the Liberals would impose the Liberal carbon tax on the provinces. Can

May 19th, 2017House debate

Gérard DeltellConservative

Natural Resources  Madam Speaker, let us talk about the impact of this thoughtful way. In Alberta, foreclosure rates are rising at alarming rates, in fact, more than 25% in the last two years alone. Dismantling the NEB, politicizing infrastructure decisions, and implementing the carbon tax are all

May 19th, 2017House debate

John BarlowConservative

The Environment  Madam Speaker, the Liberal carbon tax is a game of hide-and-go-seek. The cost of the carbon tax is hidden in the price of groceries transported by truck or gasoline that people put in their vehicles, or the cost of heating their homes to stay alive. All of those things

May 19th, 2017House debate

Pierre PoilievreConservative

Alberta Economy   the oil sands. He is certainly following through on that threat by dismantling the NEB and moving the regulator from Calgary to Ottawa, slashing the discovery well tax credit, and imposing a tanker moratorium and a job-killing federal carbon tax. The Liberals' disregard for Alberta

May 19th, 2017House debate

John BarlowConservative

Taxation   is simply not working. The Liberal government insists on having a carbon tax that will put even more of our Canadian families into debt. When will Canadians finally get a break and a chance to breathe?

May 18th, 2017House debate

Alain RayesConservative

The Environment  Mr. Speaker, global refineries in my riding may move their operations and jobs elsewhere. Two levels of carbon tax in Ontario will force these jobs to the U.S. but will not reduce their carbon footprint. This carbon tax has already killed plant expansions, causing them

May 18th, 2017House debate

Marilyn GladuConservative

The Environment  Mr. Speaker, the government has told the provinces that if they refuse to impose a carbon tax, the Liberals will impose it for them. Today, a technical document showed that the federal carbon tax will cost at least 11¢ a litre for consumers at the pumps, and of course

May 18th, 2017House debate

Pierre PoilievreConservative

The Environment  Mr. Speaker, in its 26-page technical report on the federal carbon tax, the government has thought of every single way to wring every single dime out of taxpayers in the relevant jurisdictions. There is talk of registered fuel importers, registered fuel distributors, surplus

May 18th, 2017House debate

Pierre PoilievreConservative

Questions on the Order Paper  With regard to a federal carbon tax or a price on carbon: (a) what analysis was conducted between 2015-2017 by the Department of Natural Resources with regard to the economic impact on the oil, gas and mining sectors, broken down by province and territory, on (i) future

May 18th, 2017House debate

Mark StrahlConservative

The Environment  Mr. Speaker, municipal leaders in my riding are raising alarms on the impacts of the Liberal carbon tax. The mayor of Woodlands County, Jim Rennie, states, “Not only do our county taxpayers have to pay the tax on their homes and vehicles, they also must pay it on county

May 17th, 2017House debate

Arnold ViersenConservative

Petitions  Mr. Speaker, it gives me great pleasure to rise today to present petition e-713. I want to thank Councillor Bob Spiers, from Vernon, B.C., for initiating petition e-713, calling on the government to eliminate the GST being charged on carbon tax. The petition is very basic

May 15th, 2017House debate

Mel ArnoldConservative

Finance  Mr. Speaker, there is something else that apparently Canadians do not need to know about. The minister responsible for carbon taxes blacked out documents on how much carbon taxes will cost Canadian families and businesses. The minister responsible for massive debt and deficits

May 12th, 2017House debate

John BrassardConservative