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Liberal party wants a travelling energy commission to consult Quebecers and Indigenous people – iHeartRadio

The Quebec Liberal Party (PLQ) is proposing that the national assembly launch a national consultation on the future of energy in Quebec.

The opposition party explains that the travelling commission would consult the population and experts and would be asked to report back by the end of 2023.

The commission would focus on Quebec’s current and future energy needs and the public investments that will be required in the coming decades to achieve the energy transition and carbon neutrality by 2050.

Official opposition interim leader Marc Tanguay and PLQ Energy and Natural Resources critic Gregory Kelley added that it would be imperative for the commission to visit all regions of Quebec and that Indigenous nations should be consulted and involved in the process.

The PLQ noted that the commission would be co-chaired by two MNAs, one from the government and one from its official opposition party.

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