Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is attempting to collapse the Canadian economy by following the WEF-influenced plan to curb fertilizer use by 30%.
However, premiers from three western provinces have said they outright reject the plan from the federal government.
The western provinces are responsible for growing most of the Canadian wheat that feeds millions.
“Our response to the federal government’s 30% reduction on fertilizer usage is ‘thanks, but no thanks for Saskatchewan,” tweeted Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe.
Our response to the federal government’s 30% reduction on fertilizer usage is "thanks, but no thanks." for Saskatchewan. https://t.co/3CoW8BcYyG
— Scott Moe (@PremierScottMoe) August 3, 2022
“Saskatchewan producers use some of the most sustainable agriculture practices anywhere in the world, and we need to be sharing that story instead of targeting producers’ ability to put food on the table for families at home and abroad,” Moe tweeted in July.
Saskatchewan producers use some of the most sustainable agriculture practices anywhere in the world and we need to be sharing that story instead of targeting producers ability to put food on the table for families at home and abroad.
— Scott Moe (@PremierScottMoe) July 26, 2022
Manitoba Premier Heather Stefanson wrote in a letter dated July 29 to Trudeau and Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, that his plan to reduce fertilizer use “will negatively impact producer yields, which will mean higher grocery bills and less food security for families.”
“Your government’s national emissions reduction targets are being brought forward at the worst possible time,” Stefanson wrote.
“Other negative consequences will involve job losses in the agricultural and food processing sectors and hurting the livelihoods of farmers across Canada.”
Stefanson noted how her government has been in “regular contact with agricultural producers in Manitoba regarding the federal policy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 30 percent from nutrient use by 2030.”
“Their major concerns are unanimous. This policy would lower their crop yields and decrease revenue. Manitoba’s competitiveness in producing and processing protein will be reduced while lowering our province’s capacity to export the agricultural commodities that other countries rely upon to process food,” she wrote.
Stefanson said that Canadian “farmers feed not only our country, but the world,” and an “arbitrary target based on broad assumptions that do not account for improvements in nutrient use already made by producers will cause many more complications than the benefits you are attempting to achieve.”
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney outright rejected Trudeau’s plan to target farmers.
Ottawa’s planned attack on fertilizer will hurt our farmers.
It needs to stop.
Less fertilizer means less food.
Europe shut in about 50% of its fertilizer production.
Canada should not repeat the same mistake. pic.twitter.com/BztOiC1CPd
— Jason Kenney 🇺🇦 (@jkenney) July 27, 2022
Trudeau’s climate plan, which the three Western Premiers have rejected, mimics the WEF-inspired plan being pushed against Dutch farmers.
Dutch farmers protesting their government’s radical climate scheme warned them to ‘get ready for the toughest action ever.’
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