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Federal Sustainable Development Act   that the government currently has documents that indicate beyond a doubt the cost of the carbon tax for Canadian families. However, the government redacted these documents to hide the exact amount it will cost Canadians. Can my colleague tell us his thoughts on this and share what he heard about

May 24th, 2018House debate

Bernard GénéreuxConservative

Federal Sustainable Development Act  , we have our doubts. We do not have the information and the government is hiding information. We do not even know what effect the carbon tax will have on greenhouse gas emissions. We cannot say how much money will be taken out of Canadian families' pockets. That is not very

May 24th, 2018House debate

Joël GodinConservative

Federal Sustainable Development Act   their own policies to meet these commitments, including their own carbon pricing policies. That is not what the Liberals did. They imposed the carbon tax and then left it up to the people to figure it out and do what they wanted. They cannot even tell us how this is going to reduce

May 24th, 2018House debate

Joël GodinConservative

Federal Sustainable Development Act   Minister said. However, when it comes to the carbon tax, the entire thing was blacked out when we asked what the cost of the new carbon tax imposed by the Liberals would be to the average Canadian family. The Liberals are not being transparent. Once again, I am happy that we are all

May 24th, 2018House debate

Arnold ViersenConservative

Federal Sustainable Development Act  . That is because the government is imposing a Liberal carbon tax on each and every one who does not have a carbon tax or a cap and trade deal. Let me remind all members that this responsibility belongs to each and every province. If Parliament would like to have a carbon tax, go for it, vote

May 24th, 2018House debate

Gérard DeltellConservative

Federal Sustainable Development Act   that must be made and the realities to which Canadians are accustomed when it comes time to take action on greenhouse gas emissions. In fact, the Liberal strategy was quite simple. They would impose a Liberal carbon tax on all Canadians. Let us remember that the Prime Minister famously

May 24th, 2018House debate

Gérard DeltellConservative

Federal Sustainable Development Act  Madam Speaker, the government makes the assertion that its carbon tax policy is aimed at addressing admissions, yet it is a policy that by its very structure can have no emissions targets embedded in it. The Liberals have their emissions targets on the one hand and their carbon

May 24th, 2018House debate

Garnett GenuisConservative

Federal Sustainable Development Act  Madam Speaker, it is fairly clear that the Liberals have a large deficit. They need to find extra revenue. They are trying to put together a moral rationalization for them to raise extra revenues due to their excessive spending. The carbon tax is about that.

May 24th, 2018House debate

Bradley TrostConservative

Federal Sustainable Development Act   not necessarily change their behaviour in regard to the environment. They would if it were their own property and they needed to preserve and protect it. They do what people naturally should do. They try to avoid these carbon taxes. I worked with the Saskatchewan Mining Association, which has

May 24th, 2018House debate

Bradley TrostConservative

Federal Sustainable Development Act   that somehow the Liberal government has this wonderful relationship with stakeholders and a wonderful relationship with indigenous communities, while his relationship with the provinces and territories is completely falling apart. The government is in a fight with Saskatchewan on the carbon

May 24th, 2018House debate

Ed FastConservative

Federal Sustainable Development Act   to be all things to all people, and suddenly the Trans Mountain pipeline comes along. He tells our friends in Alberta that if they implement a massive carbon tax, Albertans will win the social licence to be able to build the Trans Mountain pipeline to get their crude oil to foreign

May 24th, 2018House debate

Ed FastConservative

Taxation   pockets. On the issue of taxes, the Fraser Institute has calculated that 80% of middle-class taxpayers are paying more since the Prime Minister took office, $800 more. How much will those same families have to pay in higher carbon taxes?

May 23rd, 2018House debate

Pierre PoilievreConservative

Carbon Pricing  Mr. Speaker, the finance department has calculated the cost of the federally imposed carbon tax on the average Canadian family. I obtained the documents; it is just that all the numbers are blacked out. Now, many are calling it a cover-up, a carbon tax cover-up. The Prime

May 23rd, 2018House debate

Pierre PoilievreConservative

Taxation   overpaying to get from A to B. Furthermore, the Prime Minister wants to charge the GST on top of the carbon tax. He will raise a quarter of a billion dollars in B.C. and Alberta alone. How much money will his government take from taxpayers in this tax on the tax?

May 23rd, 2018House debate

Pierre PoilievreConservative

Natural Gas-Generated Electricity   energy costs have resulted in Medicine Hat growing its economy and creating jobs while reducing emissions, all without a new tax. I invite the Minister of Environment to visit my city and see how we can move economy and environment forward without a carbon tax.

May 23rd, 2018House debate

Glen MotzConservative