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View Mona Fortier Profile
Lib. (ON)
Thank you for your question.
We all know that we need to put in all the energy possible to fight climate change. One of the measures we put forward was to make sure that we put a price on pollution, because pollution isn't free anymore. By putting price on pollution, it will help us to continue to protect the economy for kids and grandkids, and will also to put money back into the pockets of Canadians, because we put forward climate change incentives for some provinces like Ontario and Manitoba, where it goes back into Canadians' pockets.
As to your question about how we will continue to make sure that we take this into consideration, during the budgetary process, for every proposal that is analyzed or presented by cabinet, there is an environmental assessment framework that is part of the analysis. That is something that we're taking into consideration, to look at how it will affect our strategy to lower to net zero by 2050.
I might want to ask the officials to explain the process a bit more, if possible.
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