Poilievre kicks off debate on non-confidence motion on carbon tax

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Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre urged MPs Thursday to back his motion to topple the government over its planned increase to the carbon tax — a manoeuvre that’s unlikely to succeed.

If the motion carries and a majority of MPs vote non-confidence in the government, this Parliament will be dissolved and the country will head into an election.

The Liberal government is expected to survive the vote because of its supply-and-confidence agreement with the NDP, which has agreed to prop up the governing party until 2025.

Poilievre may not be in the House of Commons later today when the motion faces its final vote. He’s scheduled to be at

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