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View Yves Perron Profile
BQ (QC)
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2019-12-09 13:02 [p.86]
Mr. Speaker, my question is for our Conservative Party friends.
This morning, various members spoke about the problems the agricultural industry is having, which are caused in part by climate change. All members of the House agree that there is a climate emergency.
Is the Conservative Party open to developing an energy transition plan that everyone can agree on?
There has been a lot of talk about oil sands development and about equalization. Those should be two separate conversations. I could talk for half an hour about equalization, which is no tremendous benefit to the state of Quebec in this federation. Over $4 billion of Quebec's money was invested in the oil sands over the past year, so no one is getting a raw deal.
My question is this: Is the Conservative Party open to start thinking about making the transition to clean, renewable energy? We need to start doing research and development now.
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