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Apparently Kenney hasn't read his own plan

Apparently, Tory MP Jason Kenney is back from vacation too.



From CNEWS:

The Conservative government through their "designated attack dog" says Stephane Dion must clarify whether the Liberal leader's plan to cut greenhouse gas emissions includes side deals with some provinces.
Well in the first place Kenny, I think the Liberals are clarifying a lot more about their environmental plan, than the new conservatives have done since they quickly came up with one in April 2006.



And secondly you should you should try and read your own environmental plan (and I realize it is difficult as I tried to do it this weekend).



What do you think the Eco Trust Fund is. Here's a list of some of the known side deals, listed on the site.

  • Canada's New Government Supports Clean Air and Energy Efficiency Projects in Nova Scotia with $42.5 Million from Trust Fund

  • Canada's New Government Supports Clean Air and Energy Efficiency Projects in Prince Edward Island

  • Canada's New Government supports clean air and energy efficiency projects in Saskatchewan

  • Canada's New Government supports clean air and energy efficiency projects in Newfoundland and Labrador

  • Canada's New Government supports clean air and energy efficiency projects in Yukon

  • Canada's New Government delivering on clean air and energy efficiency projects in Nunavut

  • Canada's New Government Delivering on Clean Air and Energy Efficiency Projects in New Brunswick

  • Prime Minister announces ecoTrust Funding for B.C.

  • Canada's New Government Announces ecoTrust Funding for Northwest Territories

  • Prime Minister Harper announces ecoTrust funding for Alberta

  • Prime Minister Harper announces ecoTrust funding for Ontario

  • Canada's New Government announces ecoTrust funding for Manitoba

  • Prime Minister unveils new Canada ecoTrust

  • Quebec investment the first of new funding to deliver real results for Canadians




What did you think they were Jason?  Vote buying schemes.

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