1. Doesn’t matter. It’s only a problem when anyone other than those guys burn fuel. His fuel for some reason doesn’t exhaust here. it exhaust in outter space.

    2. The NDP in my district are all pushing for electric cars and no joke, the person running for NDP in my district literally calls them “plug in cars”🤦‍♂️ she would literally implode if I told her there were dead children in other parts of the world so she could have that “plug in car”

    3. @Nate Gin If you’re in the Toronto region, let them know that their electric car generate nuclear waste and see their reaction.

    4. @Nate Gin The Toronto region is powered by Bruce, Pickering, and Darlington. Otherwise, Point Lepreau in New Bruswick. Do you know of other nuclear power plants in Canada?

  1. Getting this country back on track iafter the damage Trudeau has done (and at times with NDP support) is the most serious issue in Canada.

    1. @curtis herbert yeah but once it got in it was our responsibility to get vaccines but we have all these tin foil hats refusing to get it

  2. Why is it that at the end of this video the video starta cutting out and why did this cut off before it was actually finished.

  3. Shutting down our energy sector wont change anything- it just means we’ll instead import our energy from other areas of the planet. Those giant container ships aren’t solar powered, pal

    1. @Jebus Christ Because like half of the world is either on fire or being ravished but other outcomes of climate change… and unless you have travelled its not like your under lock and key in the lockdown (very different from quarantining). You get that right?

    2. @Kody Eldridge all I do is travel. I mean, all I used to do is travel. Now I can’t even drive from Canada into America. Americans can drive into Canada but not vice versa. Why is that? Rules for thee but not for me.

  4. From a quarter to half of Earth’s vegetated lands has shown significant greening over the last 35 years largely due to rising levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide, according to a new study published in the journal Nature Climate Change on April 25.

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