Jason Kenney says voters will pass judgment on carbon tax in federal election - 2019-05-05

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F0.png Jason Kenney says voters will pass judgment on carbon tax in federal election May 5, 2019, Kerri Breen, Global News

While Saskatchewan's Court of Appeal has sided with Ottawa on the constitutionality of the carbon tax, Jason Kenney says Canadians will soon be weighing in with their ballots.

The fall federal election will be "an opportunity for Canadians to say that they don't want busy-body politicians telling them how to live their lives and taking more money out of their pockets," said Kenney, who was sworn in as Alberta's premier on Tuesday.

Kenney, a former federal Tory who leads Alberta's United Conservative Party, made the comments in an interview with Mercedes Stephenson on The West Block.

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