Trudeau Blames Alberta For The Damages Of Climate Change 

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In response to President Trump pulling out of the G-7 summit, Justin Trudeau says Canada is “all in” on fighting climate change. 

Trudeau said Trump’s decision will not slow Canada down. 

“Canada will not back down from our commitment to fight climate change. And we are not alone,” Trudeau said during a short press conference in Niagara-on-the-Lake late Monday morning.

“Around the world, nearly every country is on our side. Business is on our side. Science is on our side. And together our efforts will make a difference.”

“For those of you feeling worried today, worried about our planet’s future, and what that means for you and your family down the road, and I want you to know we hear you. Canada hears you,” Trudeau said. “We share your concerns, and we know inaction is not an option. We can’t walk away from the reality of climate change, and we won’t walk away from a global plan that has a realistic chance of fighting it.”

Trudeau says damage was done generations ago.

“Now, I don’t want offer false hope. The truth is we can’t turn back the clock. We can’t cool down the atmosphere. That damage is done, damage that was set in motion generations ago,” he said. “But neither should be discouraged because the future is still bright for those who have the courage to confront hard truths and confidence to stay the course.”

Trudeau also once commented on Albertas oil sands, “we need to phase them out,” he said. 

It is a coincidence that Alberta oil was started generations ago? And Trudeau makes these comments? 

Trudeau also once said this, watch the video below: