Well he wants to import 500,000 truck and taxi drivers annually what would you expect ?Recent months have seen a massive spike in the price of gas, housing, beef and telecommunications, among others. Not wanting to be left out, Canada’s dairy farmers recently called for milk prices to rise an incredible 8.4 per cent. Wait, isn’t it illegal for an industry to collude on the price of a commodity? Didn’t Loblaws get into trouble for doing that exact thing with bread? Yes, it is illegal – for every other agricultural sector in Canada except the one that produces dairy.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau kicked off his appearance at the COP26 UN climate conference by repeating his election promise that Canada would “cap” emissions from its oil and gas industry. It’s not quite a promise to cap production, as Trudeau is only counting the emissions required to produce oil and gas (ie: the natural gas burned to power an oil sands operation in Athasbasca), and not the much higher emissions that result when that oil and gas is eventually burned. So, if Alberta just ran all its oilfields on nuclear power or something, we’d be in the clear.
Trudeau said that Canada’s voluntary emissions cap would be an inspiration to the world’s other oil and gas producers?
Meanwhile, U.S. President Joe Biden told those exact same oil producers over the weekend to start emitting more. More specifically, he urged the likes of Saudi Arabia and Russia to produce more oil and ultimately bring down the price of gasoline?
If there was any doubt that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will pursue his climate goals at the expense of the Canadian economy, it was put to rest by his remarks at the COP26 conference in Glasgow on Monday, when he used the international forum to openly declare war on Alberta’s oil and gas industry.
Despite being upfront about their intention to make the energy industry do all the heavy lifting to achieve Canada’s climate commitments — after all, GHG emissions from the transportation sector are roughly equal to the energy industry, but Trudeau has no plans to limit the number of planes in the sky or trucks on the road — it is nevertheless shocking that the Liberals would look to hamper an industry that, in 2019, accounted for 10 per cent of Canadian gross domestic product and supported over 832,500 direct and indirect jobs.
Actually, that is false. The seas are not rising nor have they been. It's misinformation as usual by the extremists who insist the world is going to end soon. It's disgusting!The data you told me to look at confirms what I have been saying.
Sea levels have been rising and have recently accelerated.
I'd ask you for the why but you wont answer so I think we are done here.