Mr. Poilievre has held dozens of tax rallies across Canada since the summer and last week attempted to use political blocking tactics to force the 24-hour vote with the aim of to convince the Liberals to give in and end the carbon tax.
They also tabled, without success, a motion calling for the removal of the carbon tax for families, farmers and First Nations.
On Monday, Conservative MP Bob Zimmer called for an emergency debate on the need to completely eliminate the carbon tax. He didn't get it.
Some experts have suggested that carbon pricing policy is collapsing, but Mr. Trudeau has flatly denied this.
It absolutely will not collapse and there will be no more exclusions, he argued Monday.
It opened the door to negotiate something that would better meet the needs of communities living in unique circumstances, but without exempting them from the policy.
< p class="StyledBodyHtmlParagraph-sc-48221190-4 hnvfyV">We will continue to work with [the First Nations], we will continue to work with the northern territories where we understand that the framework is different, he said said.
When questioned, he did not provide further details on what that meant.