Really looking forward to the unveiling of our Real Plan to Protect Our Environment, coming June 19th. A special shout-out to my good friend, Ed Fast, our Shadow Minister for Environment, for his passionate dedication to the issue. ... See MoreSee Less
Trying to figure out where the Government believe they first can play mother nature and second, bill the average Canadian for what the Government has created.
First by basing our economy on oil and second not forcing the companies to pay for the pollutions issues we have now.
Stop promising crap and deal with the real issues.
The deficit, the fact you are all taxing us out of our homes while you all have agendas that in the long run mean some new tax.
Forget the promises.
What is your Agenda?
This is astonishingly cringe-worthy. But to be fair, at a press conference about cutting back on plastics, who could possibly have anticipated someone asking, "What do you and your family do to cut back on plastics?"
I think it was a great question!!! What is he personally doing to cut back on his use of plastics...
"But to be fair?" Come on Mike. It was a perfect question but he stuttered and stammered his way through it because he was lying... as he does about many things.
I think the same thing about Michelle Rempel every time I see a youtube video of her sitting on her floor trying to be "approachable and real" LOL
The Mother of All Invention is need. And the Market. We have that here in Canada AND the world.
Plastic in and of itself is synthetic, a man made substance that we have fully embraced over the last few decades. . A bio- degradable Plastic MUST be developed to ensure consumer goods are both affordable and available.
Outright banning without a thought of its replacement is utter nonsense.
Errol Judd Aren Green 😂😂😂
In fairness he probably does get confused between think in French and English especially after a joint.
It was stated on the news not long ago that the shipping containers of garbage and plastics being returned from the Philippines will be turned into renewable energy in BC. So why is it that we do not have curbside pick-up for plastics in all communities and why is it that there are not more facilities throughout Canada to turn plastics into renewable energy. This is certainly something the carbon tax could have gone towards.
Oh my gosh-that was the laugh of the night!
JT is not quite sure how they made the big switch - yesterday maybe. Ha ha
I can’t wait for the surfing on liberal tears party in October
No one to talk for him anymore
Why cant anybody come up with some great uses for used plastic? Ive seen ideas where it could be used for paving. All we ever see is the ocean animals dieing because of plastic. There has to be a solution!
wow just wow. no words can describe the disgust this individual raises in me!
This was hilarious.
Theres no such thing as paper bottles. This prat is embarrassing himself.
They didn’t give him notes or enough time to rehearse the answer ‘
Vanessa, you have to watch this.
Fair question to ask.
Good question though. Obviously zero forethought with Jugheads answer.
But what would anyone of us do with that same question?
It’s so hard to even watch...., honestly. Embarrassing
Mr. Lake. I think the best thing to do now is have someone in your party send him a case of reusable water bottles. Make sure they say “compliments of the Conservative party”