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View Ron Liepert Profile
CPC (AB)
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2020-02-26 15:18 [p.1613]
Mr. Speaker, I rise on a point of order. On Monday of this week, in response to an answer from the Minister of Environment, I used a term that is quite popular in the oil patch in Alberta and that I believe was about 100% correct to the minister's answer, but upon reflection I realized that it was unparliamentary language.
Some 200,000 Albertans are unemployed because of bad policies of the—
View Ron Liepert Profile
CPC (AB)
View Ron Liepert Profile
2020-02-24 14:11 [p.1426]
Mr. Speaker, this week will go down in the history books of our country as the week that the Liberals killed any hope of recovery for the Alberta economy. When I got off the plane last night and heard that, due to the incompetence of the government, Teck Resources had shuttered its plans to build a $20-billion oil sands plant, I could not help but think of the old The Band song, The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down.
These eco-lefties, out of touch with reality, members of the separatist Quebec party, the socialist NDP and those social elites who sit in the back benches of the Liberal government are responsible for this decision that happened yesterday. The Teck mine would have created tens of thousands of jobs and helped the Canadian economy, but because the Prime Minister was wiped out in western Canada in the last election he said he heard the message, but he has not learned anything. I ask the Prime Minister to resign before he ruins my country.
View Ron Liepert Profile
CPC (AB)
View Ron Liepert Profile
2020-02-03 13:15 [p.812]
Madam Speaker, this morning in the media, Teck Resources said that the mine that the federal government needs to be approving at the end of this month will be emissions-free by 2050.
We have blockers of pipelines in this country who continue to talk about green aluminum. I would like the member to talk a little about the green efforts that are happening in Canada's oil and gas industry.
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CPC (AB)
View Ron Liepert Profile
2020-01-27 14:59 [p.464]
Mr. Speaker, recently a UN committee called on our country to immediately shut down three major resource projects: the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, the Coastal GasLink pipeline and the Site C dam. These projects have gone through years of endless environmental reviews and they have the support of the first nations and the communities along the lines that look to directly benefit from these projects.
I ask the Prime Minister today if he is willing to stand in the House and let this unelected, unaccountable committee of the UN know that he rejects this recommendation and that he sends a clear message that it is full steam ahead for these projects?
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