REPORT: Conservative MP Garnett Genuis Introduces Bill C-388 To Strengthen Canadian Energy Sector & Increase Flow Of Weapons To Ukraine

Canada could easily be providing more energy to our democratic allies in Europe and provide more military support to Ukraine, yet the Trudeau government refuses to act.

While the Liberals talk a big game when it comes to standing against dictatorships like Russia, China, and Iran, the actions of the Liberals have shown total weakness.

The Liberals have pushed an eco-radical environmental policy that weakens our energy sector while enriching Russia, have allowed China to subvert our democratic institutions, and have refused to list Iran’s IRGC as a terrorist group. 

At the same time, the Liberals have refused to ramp up our military industry, meaning our own Canadian Armed Forces are underfunded and underequipped, and allies like Ukraine are not receiving the kind of support we could and should be providing.

Now, Conservative MP Garnett Genuis has introduced Bill C-388 in order to take action where the Liberals have failed:


I just tabled Bill C-388 in the House of Commons.

This bill will speed up and increase the flow of essential weapons to Ukraine and fast track energy projects, displacing Russian energy and allowing for tougher sanctions.

While Liberals hold back weapons and create big holes in our sanctions, Conservatives will focus on practical tools to help Ukraine win this war.”

As we have seen in the United States, providing weapons to Ukraine also helps to build up our domestic military industry, meaning it will be more efficient and ramped up when we seek to strengthen the CAF.

And, given that Canada must do our part to help our allies, utilizing our energy resources to displace Russian supplies is something we can start to do immediately.

Garnett Genuis is showing real leadership here and is demonstrating that the Poilievre-led Conservatives are 100% committed to standing up for Western Values and the free world in the new Cold War against the Axis of Russia, China, Iran, and North Korea.

Spencer Fernando

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