Trudeau Hits Canadians With New Carbon Tax After Emitting 700 Tons of CO2 on a 6-Day Trip

Canada’s climate change warrior took a 6-day trip that emitted 7 tons of CO2*–equivalent to more than 1,400 cross-Canada flights–while hitting Canadians with a 23% carbon tax increase on April 1. *calculation at end of article

To put PM Justin Trudeau’s CO2 emissions into perspective:

Cross-Country Air Travel:

  • Simple Comparison: It would take about 1,434 average flights (at 4,500 km each) to produce as much CO2 as emitted during Trudeau’s 700-ton CO2 trip. That’s more than the daily number of flights typically handled by a major airport.

Driving a Gasoline Car:

  • Simple Comparison: You would need to drive a gasoline car around 38,043 kilometers to emit as much CO2 as Trudeau’s trip. That’s like driving nearly the equivalent of circling the entire globe.

Home Electricity Use:

  • Simple Comparison: You would need about 285 years of typical home electricity use to match the CO2 emissions from Trudeau’s 6-day trip. Imagine powering a home from the early 1700s to today on just this trip’s emissions.

Trudeau’s recent journey starkly contrasts with the Liberal party’s climate promises and global emission reduction commitments, revealing a profound hypocrisy, and it can also be viewed as being reflective of a nonchalance underlying the reality that man-made climate change is nothing more than another fear-based control mechanism targeting and taxing citizens with fraudulent science and intergovernmental narratives to prey on their collective and well-meaning consciousness.

PHD biotech scientist, Dr. Simon Goddek, discussed the minimal impact of man’s role on climate change in an interview last year, “I think there is man-made climate change, but on a micro-level.” He concluded, “On a global level, I think we play…hardly any role.”

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Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe tweeted that 70% of Canadians want Trudeau to scrap the carbon tax, and Andrew Scheer, former Conservative Party leader, just tweeted that

Taxpayers bore the $2M cost for PM Trudeau’s six-day Indo-Pacific tour in September, which included a staggering $200,000 for in-flight catering for Trudeau and his 52 companions aboard the Royal Canadian Air Force CC-150 Polaris.

The full financial extent of this trip has yet to be disclosed as documentation through access-to-information requests reveals ongoing processing of invoices and claims.

What’s your perspective on Trudeau’s extravagant travel expenses—do they represent a severe hypocrisy in the face of climate change, or are they merely a minor oversight in governmental budgeting?

*The Calculation of Trudeau’s 700-ton CO2 emission flight

To calculate the carbon emissions from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s journey aboard a Royal Canadian Air Force CC-150 Polaris, and to assess these emissions against the daily activities of an average citizen, we will proceed with a detailed, step-by-step analysis.

Step 1: Estimating Flight Distance


  1. Ottawa, Canada to Jakarta, Indonesia
  2. Jakarta, Indonesia to Singapore
  3. Singapore to New Delhi, India
  4. New Delhi, India to Ottawa, Canada

Flight Distances:

  • Ottawa to Jakarta: Approximately 14,000 kilometers
  • Jakarta to Singapore: Approximately 1,100 kilometers
  • Singapore to New Delhi: Approximately 4,200 kilometers
  • New Delhi to Ottawa: Approximately 12,000 kilometers

Total Distance: 14,000+1,100+4,200+12,000=31,30014,000+1,100+4,200+12,000=31,300 kilometers.

Step 2: Estimating Carbon Emissions

Aircraft Fuel Consumption and Emission Factor:

  • The CC-150 Polaris (Airbus A310) burns approximately 5.9 tons of fuel per hour of flight.
  • Average speed of a CC-150 is about 830 kilometers per hour.
  • Therefore, the fuel burn rate is 5.9 tons/hour÷830 km/hour=0.0071 tons/km5.9tons/hour÷830km/hour=0.0071tons/km.
  • CO2 emissions per ton of jet fuel burned are about 3.15 tons.

Calculating Fuel Burn:

  • Total fuel burned = 0.0071 tons/km×31,300 km=222.23 tons0.0071tons/km×31,300km=222.23tons.

Total CO2 Emissions:

  • Total emissions = 222.23 tons×3.15=700.02 tons of CO2222.23tons×3.15=700.02tons of CO2.
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