Turns Out Trudeau Was Referring To Our Standard Of Living When He Talked About ‘Achieving Net Zero’

No growth in seven years. An appalling failure.

Here’s what Justin Trudeau said about Net Zero in early November of 2021:

“As a climate leader, Canada has put in place measures to reduce pollution to work toward meeting our Paris commitments, and achieving a net-zero economy by 2050. As the world shifts to a cleaner and greener economy, Canada will continue to take a leadership role in the fight against climate change, so we can keep creating new middle class jobs across all sectors and building a better future for everyone.”

Of course, that’s not how things turned out.

Instead, the Liberals combined climate extremism and massive immigration increases, which has driven down our standard of living.

In fact, things are so bad that Canada has ‘achieved’ zero per capita GDP growth between 2017 and today.

Seven wasted years.

And, given current per capita GDP growth patterns, we could be back below 2015 levels soon.

So, it seems Justin Trudeau was 100% right about Canada ‘achieving’ ‘Net Zero,’ but it turns out he was talking about our standard of living.

Spencer Fernando


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