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Canada
Premier ministre
Parti libéral du Canada
1904 jours de mandat
42e législature du Canada
03 déc. 2015 - 11 sept. 2019
43e législature du Canada
05 déc. 2019 - actuel

L’élection fédérale canadienne de 2019 (officiellement la 43e élection générale canadienne) a eu lieu le 21 octobre 2019 et a permis d’élire les députés de la Chambre des communes à la 43e législature du Canada.

Le Parti libéral, dirigé par le premier ministre sortant Justin Trudeau, a remporté 157 sièges, formant ainsi un gouvernement minoritaire. Les libéraux ont perdu le gouvernement majoritaire qu’ils avaient obtenu lors de la précédente élection fédérale en 2015. Ils ont aussi perdu le vote populaire face aux conservateurs. Il s’agit aussi du deuxième cas seulement dans l’histoire canadienne où un parti forme le gouvernement en ayant reçu moins de 35 % du vote populaire national.

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Histoire de la promesse

1.05.01 - « Nous réviserons sans tarder les processus d’évaluation environnementale du Canada pour y introduire de nouveaux mécanismes plus justes visant à […] donner aux Canadiennes et Canadiens des moyens d’exprimer leurs opinions, et aux spécialistes la possibilité d’apporter une réelle contribution »

Réalisée
27-sept.-2016

“Today, the Minister of the Environment and Climate Change, the Honourable Catherine McKenna, the Minister of Natural Resources, the Honourable Jim Carr, and the Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard, the Honourable Dominic LeBlanc, announced the Federal Cabinet’s decision to approve the $11 billion Pacific NorthWest LNG Project after a rigorous federal environmental assessment. […] Views of the public and affected communities were sought and considered: The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency conducted extensive consultations throughout the environmental assessment and also provided four formal opportunities for public comments and input. Over 34,000 comments were received from individuals and groups on the draft environmental assessment report. Concerns raised by the public included effects on fish and fish habitat, the volume of greenhouse gas emissions and impacts on Indigenous rights and title. Support for the project focused on the project’s economic impact and job creation. This valuable public input was carefully reviewed, considered, documented and taken into account in the development of the environmental report and conditions. Some communities expressed concern about the impact of increased marine shipping. Our government is committed to strengthening the marine safety regime.”

Réalisée
22-mars-2016

“Budget 2016 proposes to provide $14.2 million over four years, starting in 2016–17, to the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency to support the Agency in fulfilling its responsibilities under the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, 2012. These resources will support activities, such as increasing Agency capacity to undertake consultations with the public and Indigenous groups, and will support compliance and enforcement.”

Réalisée
12-janv.-2016

“The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (the Agency) is conducting a federal environmental assessment of the proposed Blackwater Gold Project, located approximately 110 kilometres southwest of Vanderhoof, British Columbia. The Agency invites the public to comment on the potential environmental effects of the project and the proposed measures to prevent or mitigate those effects as described in a summary of the proponent’s Environmental Impact Statement. The public comment period will take place from January 20, 2016 to February 19, 2016. Information sessions will be held during the comment period.”

En suspens
Publié : 19-oct.-2015
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