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2020-01-27 13:46 [p.450]
Madam Speaker, with reference to the environment, there are different ways we have approached it as a government. We could talk about the incentives to get people to purchase hybrid or electric cars. I personally like a couple of them that are quite significant. The price on pollution is one, which I think overall has been fairly well received in the different regions of the country. Also, in the last election we talked about the planting of two billion trees over the next decade. That is significant and really tangible. People can see that, understand it and relate to it.
I wonder if my colleague could talk about the different ways in which a government can appeal to Canadians to think more about the environment.
As I said, I like the planting of two billion trees over the next decade. I think that is a very strong, tangible action by government. We see the price on pollution, something that is taking place around the world. Only the Conservative Party seems to be offside with that. We see tax incentive programs, such as the one to encourage people to buy electric cars, which complements the Province of Quebec's program and is really making a difference. Could the member provide his thoughts on progressive measures such as those?
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