Canadian provinces have rejected Trudeau’s starvation policy – Will not go along with 30% fertilizer reduction policies
The premiers of Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Alberta have now all publically come out and rejected Trudeau’s nitrous oxide emissions reduction policy.
As previously reported, Trudeau wants these emissions reduced by 30% below 2020 levels by 2030.
Manitoba Premier Heather Stefanson said “…Your government’s national emissions reduction targets are being brought forward at the worst possible time. They will negatively impact producer yields, which will mean higher grocery bills and less food security for families.”
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe said it a bit more simply, “thanks..but no thanks.”
We have created a petition which you can sign here in which we call upon ALL Canadian premiers to reject Trudeau’s starvation policy.