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Poilievre threatens the government with a motion of censure

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Pierre Poilievre during the Conservative caucus, Wednesday in Ottawa

The Canadian Press

Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre threatens to bring down the minority Liberal government with a motion of no confidence regarding the “carbon tax” and make it the issue of the next election.

While Liberal MPs continue to defend this government's flagship climate policy and negative reactions to this measure increase in provincial capitals, Mr. Poilievre wishes to present a motion of censure in the House of Commons.

The leader of the official opposition in Ottawa has intensified his attacks against this federal pricing as the annual rate will increase from $65 to $80 per tonne on the 1st April, which will add about 3 cents per gallon of gasoline at the pump.

In a speech with election campaign overtones, Wednesday morning in Ottawa, in front of the Conservative caucus as well as representatives of the media, Mr. Poilievre affirmed that he is giving Mr. Trudeau one last chance to forget the increase scheduled pricing on April 1.

If Trudeau does not declare today&#x27 Today the end of its next tax increases on food, gasoline and heating, we will present a motion of censure.

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