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Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar Mar15,2024

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Confronted for months with unfavorable polls, Justin Trudeau does not intend to resign and assures that he will be there in the next elections because of the importance of the issues that are emerging for the country.

Speaking to Alec Castonguay on ICI Premiere, where he answered a listener's question about his political future, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau exclaimed: But I'm thinking of leaving all days!

It's a crazy job that I'm doing. Sacrifices on a personal level… If I didn't doubt what I do almost every day, I wouldn't be human, the Prime Minister immediately admitted with emotion.

I couldn't be the man I am and give up the fight at this moment.

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But despite all the constraints and the wear and tear of power weighing down his boat, there is no question of Justin Trudeau laying down his arms now.

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Democracies are so under attack around the world with extreme populism, with international attacks. To be there for this fight, that’s why I entered politics. Not to be popular, not for personal reasons. Because I want to serve and I know I have something to offer, insisted Justin Trudeau.

The choice that Canadians will make, in a year in the elections, will be so fundamental.

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Are we a country that will choose to step back in the fight against climate change? To move backwards in the rights of women and LGBT communities? Are we going to be a country that invests less in green growth? […] Because that’s all that the conservatives are proposing.

Among the subjects that undermine the popularity of his government, the carbon tax is undoubtedly one of the weapons of choice of his political adversaries.

Questioned by host Alec Castonguay to find out if he plans to increase the carbon tax as planned on April 1 by $15 per tonne of CO2 despite opposition from seven provinces, Justin Trudeau responded in the affirmative.

Yes, I will maintain this increase for the very good reason that the 3¢ per liter [of gasoline] it costs more, we reimburse it to 8 out of 10 families in the regions where we have this program.

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Remember that this increase will not affect Quebec nor British Columbia, which operate their own system of taxation of pollution.

The principle of this tax consists of collecting money from polluters and redistributing it annually in the form of checks to Canadian households in the participating provinces.

It's a measure that not only fights climate change and encourages innovation and improvements in our emissions, but also puts more money in the pockets of 8 out of 10 families across the country, argued Justin Trudeau.

In an affordability crisis, where people are having trouble paying for their groceries, what the Conservatives are proposing is to withdraw these checks that give more to citizens.

It's very easy in politics these days to attack a tax, to attack concrete measures and to propose doing nothing.

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Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my natasha@thetimeshub.in 1-800-268-7116

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