“The government will not decide everything" - Translation: You'll still get to choose your own street names. Kyoto's a good one though.
And how about this one?
Then he tore a strip off young guys heading for the oilsands.
“All these workers living too fast for the easy money in the north,” the prime minister-wannabe blasted as Liberal-appointed senators Tommy Banks and Grant Mitchell looked on. “It’s not good for the economy.”
Good stuff, Stephane.
He talked about “new regulations for the industry” – which means Alberta hydrocarbon- based industrial heartland. “It will be fair, it will be demanding, but we will be responsible,” he insisted. “It will not be a way to pull the money out of Alberta.”
Then he outlined his plan to make oilsands developers toe the line, imposing what sounds like massive taxes by basing the fed’s capital cost allowance on how much process water they use and how much carbon dioxide goes up the stacks.
At this rate, Harper won't even have to go out on the campaign trail. Dion will do it all for him.