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Questions on the Order Paper  Mr. Speaker, Canada does not have the authority to enforce regulatory or environmental standards in other countries.

June 18th, 2018House debate

Catherine McKennaLiberal

Questions on the Order Paper  Mr. Speaker, in response to (a), Environment and Climate Change Canada and Finance Canada conducted a gender-based analysis plus, GBA+, to assess the impacts of climate change and the proposed carbon pollution pricing backstop approach on diverse groups in society. This work incl

June 18th, 2018House debate

Catherine McKennaLiberal

Questions on the Order Paper  Mr. Speaker, in response to (a), a preliminary gender-based analysis plus was conducted to assess the impacts of climate change and the proposed carbon pollution pricing backstop approach on diverse groups in society. In response to (b), the design of the pan-Canadian approach

June 18th, 2018House debate

Catherine McKennaLiberal

Natural Resources  Mr. Speaker, I am pleased to table, in both official languages, a document produced by Government of Canada officials, entitled “Estimated impacts of the Federal Carbon Pollution Pricing System”, which was published on April 30. This document includes an overview of the federal s

June 14th, 2018House debate

Catherine McKennaLiberal

Carbon Pricing  Mr. Speaker, it is really sad that we have fake news coming from the other side, misinformation and fake news. The only thing that is being hidden is what the Conservatives' climate plan is. Maybe the next time they get up, they can tell us what their climate plan is, how they ar

June 14th, 2018House debate

Catherine McKennaLiberal

Carbon Pricing  Mr. Speaker, where are the Conservatives hiding their climate plan? That is all we all want to know. Where is the climate plan? When it comes to putting a price on pollution, we have an April 30 document and I am very happy to share that personally with the member opposite. We o

June 14th, 2018House debate

Catherine McKennaLiberal

Carbon Pricing  Mr. Speaker, let us start by noting that we are all in this together, that climate change is real, and that no one knows this more than farmers. When I talk to farmers, they are worried about droughts, they are worried about floods, and they are worried about extreme weather. On

June 14th, 2018House debate

Catherine McKennaLiberal

Carbon Pricing  Mr. Speaker, as I have said, farmers and ranchers understand that we need to protect our environment, that we need to take action on climate change. As we have said, it is up to provinces, like Saskatchewan, to determine how they are going to implement pricing, and they can give

June 14th, 2018House debate

Catherine McKennaLiberal

Carbon Pricing  Mr. Speaker, we do not have to go through a stunt like the Conservatives are going to pull because we have already answered the question. Eighty per cent of Canadians live in a province where the province has decided what to do with the revenues. The revenues have gone back in

June 14th, 2018House debate

Catherine McKennaLiberal

Carbon Pricing  Mr. Speaker, once again, I refer to the April 30 document that provides the information. However, let us talk about what we have done. We have created historic numbers of jobs for Canadians. We have the lowest unemployment rate in generations. We cut taxes on the middle class an

June 14th, 2018House debate

Catherine McKennaLiberal

Natural Resources  Mr. Speaker, we believe in Canadians' right to legal, peaceful protests.

June 14th, 2018House debate

Catherine McKennaLiberal

Carbon Pricing  Mr. Speaker, I am going to keep on saying the same thing. We published a report on April 30. I am happy to personally give it to the member opposite. What does it say? It says that pricing pollution works. It says that it reduces emissions by 80 million to 90 million tonnes and t

June 14th, 2018House debate

Catherine McKennaLiberal

Carbon Pricing  Mr. Speaker, I am going to talk to Canadians. You should go to provinces and ask what provinces are going to do with the revenue. There is a lot of misinformation here, misinformation from the other side. All revenues will stay in the province and the provinces can give back the

June 14th, 2018House debate

Catherine McKennaLiberal

Carbon Pricing  Mr. Speaker, we published a report on April 30 doing exactly that. It talks about pricing pollution. It talks about the 80 million to 90 million tonnes, the equivalent of taking 25 million cars off the road, that pricing achieves. We believe provinces are best placed to decide wh

June 14th, 2018House debate

Catherine McKennaLiberal

Carbon Pricing  Mr. Speaker, I do not know how much clearer I can be. All revenues from pricing go back to the provinces. It is up to provinces to decide what to do. Let us talk about the economy. Let us talk about the 600,000 jobs that our government created with Canadians. Let us talk about t

June 14th, 2018House debate

Catherine McKennaLiberal