Conservative Chief Conservatives ask Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to "move the goals" to his / her; national plan to reduce carbon emissions with deeper cuts than previously set – even as some of those who have a carbon tax.
Chief executives came out of the meeting of their first ministers on Friday so that some issues were agreed, especially the need to reduce obstacles on an interactive trade.
But Prime Minister Doug Ford said Mr Trudeau surprised the key directors by saying that it was expected that some of the distribution areas would be below 30 per cent over the 2005 levels by 2030 – the target It was taken for the country as a whole – because others, especially Alberta and Saskatchewan, can not achieve that goal.
Ontario says that he has designed a plan to meet the 30 percent target, one that is not as desirable than the goal of the old Liberal government under Kathleen Wynne.
"But suddenly, we're astonished at the room, the visitor points have changed," said Mr Ford. "After all people sign up to 30 per cent, some will add more water than the other areas. That is definitely a situation within the economy , within manufacturing. "
Saskatchewan chief executive Scott Moe also challenged federal Liberal government to review targets. "With this conversation today, that is essential to move the goals," said Mr Moe.
But he would not make an explanation of how he believes that the federal situation has changed. And Mr Moe seemed to have opposed Mr Ford by telling the reporters that the final agreement in Canada would have made the climate change of each sector that would contribute to the reduction of emissions to its own potential level .
The Trudeau government has been counting on more advanced efforts with Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia to make it up for slower progress in the two prading areas that are most dependent on oil and gas production and coal electricity.
Mr Trudeau was to sign his / her; carbon reduction plan designed by the Conservative government of Ontario as a step back.
"We have a working approach that identifies Canada's national targets. [Mr. Ford] Want to play games with numbers. But what is clear, we are moving forward as we are constantly in a regular way. If a person is mobile, & # 39; It's up to Premier Ford, "said Mr Trudeau.
Prime Stephen McNeil, Nova Scotia, at the same time, stated that Mr Ford's definition did not share the debate.
"Mr. Trudeau said that some of the areas would do beyond the 30 per cent target according to what their sovereignty is doing. to achieve more than others, "said Mr McNeil, and maybe that Nova Scotia will be cutting emissions from 50 per cent before 2030.
Saskatchewan, Ontario and New Brunswick are going to court to challenge the move of Ottawa's constitution to implement its climate change plan by Cargo tax in authorities that do not have their own broad spread strategy.
Although it was anticipated that there would be busy debate in political divisions and disagreement of carbon charges at the board of their first ministers, the main indicators were; identifying its relationship with such a caring and coherent approach.
Premier Premier Rachel Notley said she would have to "take her" up to her because she asked him to have an urgent campaign to do it; reducing the effects of sharp increases in poverty production and shortage of pipes and rail capacity to bring the oil to markets. Alberta has been produced with around 325,000 barrels per day to make it easier for Ms. Notley says "a price crisis" that sees her & # 39; The rest of the world sells its oil at around $ 50 on a barrel, and Alberta has a earned just $ 10.
"When Canada oil is sold in Canada, its product will go back to Canada," said Ms. Notley. "So it is sensible that Canada is totally more strategic around this."
Ms. Notley said the main organizations from across Canada were talking about the importance of success in Alberta and Saskatchewan, which is also very dependent on the oil sector, to the health of the national economy .
However, Premier François Legault, postponed, has a huge challenge in Quebec to face any pipeline to even consider it. "It's not my way to refuse dirty energy when we have a clean energy," said Mr. Legault.
Mr Trudeau joined the meeting capable of preserving a healthy economy, with the distribution of Friday statistics from Canadian Statistics that showed that Canada received 94,100 jobs in November and unemployment rate dropped to 5.6 per hundred – 40 years low.
Fiù Alberta Alberta added 24,000 jobs to him and saw a level; unemployment that dropped to 6.3 per cent, which was a fall of one percentage point.
Ms. Notley said: "But it's at risk if we do not get the situation with its discounted price in oil."
On an interprovincial trade, Manitoba chief executive, Brian Pallister, highlighted the progress made in eliminating obstacles and disrupting. Cutting over the past two years, and the positive effort continued at a Friday meeting.
The obstacles "are aristocracy; there is no reason to be there," said Mr Pallister. "There is a commitment to working together and that is crucial."