These Atlantic Liberals said they opposed the carbon tax…
Then they ALL voted to keep it.
Their records speak for themselves
We are inviting his colleagues to join him.
Whereas the Trudeau Liberals’ costly carbon tax is driving up the price of gas, groceries, and home heating during a cost-of-living crisis.
Whereas Trudeau’s own Parliamentary Budget Officer report proves that the carbon tax will cost most households more than they ever get back.
Whereas Trudeau’s woke minister of Environment admitted that they have been misleading Canadians about it the whole time.
And whereas Conservatives have already taken big steps in taking the costly carbon tax off grain drying and barn heating.
We the undersigned call for this Liberal-NDP coalition to axe the tax to bring home lower prices and powerful paycheques.
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Contact these MPs and politely tell them it is time to Axe the Tax.
Constituency Phone: 1-902-539-0525
Constituency Phone: 506-684-6267 & 506-739-0285
Constituency Phone: 902-566-7770
Constituency Phone: 1-800-992-5699 & 506-350-5398
Constituency Phone: 902-542-4010
June 5, 2023 (motion to repeal Carbon Tax 2)
February 8, 2023 (motion to repeal the carbon tax)
December 8, 2022 (motion to create an exemption for farmers)
October 24, 2022 (motion to create an exemption for home heating fuel!)
September 28, 2022 (motion to cancel the plan to triple the carbon tax)
April 18, 2023 (Ways and Means Motion that included scrapping the carbon tax)
March 29,2023 (Third Reading – Lobb PMB to exempt marketable natural gas and propane.)
May 18, 2022 (Second Reading – Lobb PMB to exempt marketable natural gas and propane.)
June 23, 2021 (Third Reading – Lawrence PMB to exempt marketable natural gas and propane.)
February 24, 2021 (Second Reading – Lawrence PMB to exempt marketable natural gas and propane.)
June 18, 2019 (motion to repeal the carbon tax and replace it with a real plan)
May 8, 2019 (motion to eliminate the carbon tax to reduce gas prices)
February 5, 2019 (Motion to get a promise from the government not to further raise taxes)
June 14, 2018 (motion to force the government to say how much the carbon tax will cost a family)
May 8, 2018 (motion for the government to cancel carbon tax hikes)
May 1 2018 (motion asking the government to table documents showing what the carbon tax will cost)
June 13 2017 (motion to recognize the gov’t has mismanaged the economy with job-killing carbon tax)
March 7, 2017 (calling for a report on future economic impacts of carbon tax)
October 25, 2017 (Motion asking for a committee to provide more transparency on carbon pricing cost)
April 23, 2018 (Budget Bill introducing Carbon Tax – Second Reading)
April 23, 2018 (Amendment to budget bill – carbon tax specific)
June 6, 2018 (Budget Bill introducing Carbon Tax – Third Reading)
June 6 , 2018 (amendment to budget asking for a report on cost of carbon tax)