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Questions on the Order Paper  Mr. Speaker, as part of its effort to fulfill Canada’s G20 commitment to phase out or rationalize inefficient fossil fuel subsidies, on July 24, 2023, the Government of Canada released the “Inefficient Fossil Fuel Subsidies Government of Canada Self-Review Assessment Framework” and the “Inefficient Fossil Fuel Subsidies Government of Canada Guidelines”.

April 8th, 2024House debate

Steven GuilbeaultLiberal

Climate Change  Mr. Speaker, as my colleague knows, I was involved for a long time in environmental organizations fighting climate change. At the time, we all dreamed of a federal government that would invest billions of dollars in the fight against climate change. It never happened until we came along.

April 9th, 2024House debate

Steven GuilbeaultLiberal

Carbon Pricing  Mr. Speaker, I thank my colleague for the question and for her efforts to speak French. I want to note that next Monday, April 15, the Canada carbon rebate will increase. A family in her province, Ontario, will receive $280 four times a year. The Parliamentary Budget Officer said two weeks ago that carbon pricing is the measure that least impacts the economy while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

April 9th, 2024House debate

Steven GuilbeaultLiberal

Climate Change  Mr. Speaker, as my hon. colleague knows, I was an environmental activist for many years. In those years, we could only dream of a federal government that would invest tens of billions of dollars in the transition to fight climate change, to create the jobs and the economy of the 21st century.

April 9th, 2024House debate

Steven GuilbeaultLiberal

Carbon Pricing  Mr. Speaker, if my colleague wants to talk about crooks, how about we talk about the climate crooks on the other side of the House? If the Conservative member wants to know the benefits of putting a price on carbon, he can easily find out. All he has to do is turn around and talk to the member behind him.

April 11th, 2024House debate

Steven GuilbeaultLiberal

Carbon Pricing  Mr. Speaker, I would like to thank Danielle for her testimony. With the next quarterly carbon rebate payment starting to arrive in Canadian bank accounts and mailboxes as of today, in Danielle's province of Alberta a family of four will receive up to $450 four times this year. Over 300 economists, which was 200 economists last week, from coast to coast agree that the evidence shows not only that carbon pricing reduces pollution in Canada but also that it does so at a lower cost than any other approach.

April 15th, 2024House debate

Steven GuilbeaultLiberal

Carbon Pricing  Madam Speaker, first of all, if the Conservatives had even the slightest bit of intellectual integrity, then they would admit to Canadians that 97% of the fuels used on farms in backstop provinces are not taxed by the federal government. Second, do members know what I have been doing over the past few weeks?

April 15th, 2024House debate

Steven GuilbeaultLiberal

Ways and Means  moved that a ways and means motion to introduce a bill entitled An Act to implement certain provisions of the budget tabled in Parliament on April 16, 2024, be concurred in.

May 2nd, 2024House debate

Steven GuilbeaultLiberal

Ways and Means  moved that Bill C-69, An Act to implement certain provisions of the budget tabled in Parliament on April 16, 2024, be read the first time and printed. (Motion deemed adopted, bill read the first time and printed)

May 2nd, 2024House debate

Steven GuilbeaultLiberal

Natural Resources  Mr. Speaker, I would like to thank my colleague for his question and remind him that, in 2022, greenhouse gas emissions were 44 million tonnes lower than they were in 2019, before the pandemic. That is the equivalent of taking 13 million cars off our roads. In fact, Canada's greenhouse gas emissions are the lowest they have been in 25 years, since the O.J.

May 2nd, 2024House debate

Steven GuilbeaultLiberal

Natural Resources  Mr. Speaker, my colleague was quoting Greenpeace. In that same interview, Greenpeace acknowledged that progress was being made in Canada and that this year's results were very encouraging, but that more needed to be done. I would like to remind my colleague that there is just one country in the entire G20 that has eliminated fossil fuel subsidies.

May 2nd, 2024House debate

Steven GuilbeaultLiberal

The Environment  Mr. Speaker, as the Supreme Court asked us to do, we have brought changes to the Impact Assessment Act of Canada to ensure that the federal government will do what the federal government is supposed to be doing while provinces do their part in impact assessment, and we are confident that this will help us to move forward.

May 2nd, 2024House debate

Steven GuilbeaultLiberal

Oil and Gas Industry  Mr. Speaker, I would invite my colleague to carefully read the report that was published yesterday because it states that Canada's greenhouse gas emissions are 44 million tonnes less than they were before the pandemic in 2019. That is equivalent to taking 13 million vehicles, or half of Canada's vehicle fleet, off the roads.

May 3rd, 2024House debate

Steven GuilbeaultLiberal

Oil and Gas Industry  Mr. Speaker, I would like to remind my colleague that if she bothered to read the report, she would see that our record between 2019 and 2021 is the same as Germany's or even Italy's and that it is better than that of the United States of America. We are not talking about Russia or Iran here, but the United States of America.

May 3rd, 2024House debate

Steven GuilbeaultLiberal

Climate Change  Mr. Speaker, I thank my hon. colleague for her question. In fact, yesterday's report demonstrates—and this has been confirmed by the independent Canadian Climate Institute, for one—that we are on track to meet our 2026 interim targets and the 2030 goal. This will be a first in Canadian history.

May 3rd, 2024House debate

Steven GuilbeaultLiberal