Jean-Charest, a rival to the conservative leadership, has vowed to outlaw critical infrastructure such as pipelines, mines or railways if he is prime minister.
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The proposal is expressed in the Critical Infrastructure Protection Act, which restores the police’s right to remove illegal barriers without resorting to court injunctions.
Many recent appearances in Canadian history Mr. Consistent with the description of the atrocities described by Charest, especially during the anti-sanitation demonstrations in February the demonstrations in support of the Ambassador Bridge or the wet country saw the occupation of the railways by militants in 2020 ‘Suvet’n.
Individuals who obstruct or interfere with the construction of such infrastructure face criminal charges.
In the same vein, Mr. Charest suggests “removing charitable status from any group that has accepted foreign funds and is involved in new criminal activities.”
All candidates for the Conservative leadership, including Jean-Charles, have expressed their support for the oil sector and for infrastructure projects that will help Canada develop the sector.
Some candidates have proposed to go further and kill the carbon tax approved by the Liberal government, including Pierre Polyvre, who remains a favorite in the race.