Perhaps McKenna is angry because even her own fellow Liberal Ontario MPs aren’t buying her fear-mongering rhetoric, with recent reports indicating that they listed the environment all the way back in 7th when it comes to top issues they want to campaign on.
Canadians may be paying more for virtually all products if a new plastic tax that Environment Canada is recommending is implemented.
One day after Alberta voted in a premier who promised that his first act in office would be to repeal his province’s carbon pricing plan, Federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna reminded Jason Kenney that fighting climate change is as much his responsibility as it is hers.
“Climate change is real and it requires real solutions,” Environment Minister Catherine McKenna said on Twitter on April 1. “It’s a fact that pricing pollution is the most cost-effective way to cut pollution. Our plan will also leave 8 out of 10 families better off, with an Ontario family of four receiving a #ClimateActionIncentive rebate of $307.”
Under the Trudeau government, the jobs of Canadian workers, and the prosperity of Canadians takes a back seat to virtue-signalling about ‘saving the world.’
The fight, purportedly over climate change, between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and federal environment minister Catherine McKenna, versus Ontario Premier Doug Ford and environment minister Rod Phillips, isn’t really about that.
Rather, it’s a morality play about money. Ours.
Minister of Environment and Climate Change Catherine McKenna announced the federal government will spend millions from its Low Carbon Economy Fund in Ontario, without involving the provincial government.
By now you may have heard that Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna routinely has anywhere from 24 to 31 government staffers authoring, reviewing, scheduling, tweeting, and sometimes deleting, her social media posts.
Let’s cut to the chase on the looming debate over Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s carbon tax, heading into next year’s federal election.
McKenna’s tweet of praise towards Syria and Nicaragua for signing the Paris Climate Agreement was reviewed by several of her team’s members, and still published.
Catherine McKenna makes huge and hilarious mistakes on Twitter almost daily, and the latest is a classic.
McKenna recently tweeted about a group called Put A Price On It Canada.
Another gem of a tweet from McKenna.