Andrew Scheer has released a bold plan to change the climate, committing to ensuring that within a generation, Canadians will no longer need to pay to heat their homes.
“Our realistic climate change plan will not only save Canadian families hundreds of dollars in taxes over the course of their lifetimes, but thousands on heating their homes during the winters,” said Scheer at an event to launch the plan.
“Canada only accounts for about 2% of the sunny days currently in the world. By increasing the average temperature more than 5 degrees globally, we will be able to ensure that Canadian industry is able to thrive, and that no Canadians will ever have to choose between heating their homes and feeding their families again.”
Liberal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna was too busy bragging about how much better Ottawa’s water was than Indigenous reservation supplies to offer comment.
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