Federal Conservative Party leader Pierre Poilievre addressed rising food and fuel prices in Prince Edward Island on August 16.
He discussed green energy solutions and opposed carbon tax, emphasizing green energy projects and Confederation Bridge tolls.
Poilievre blamed Trudeau's policies for high gasoline prices, promising to eliminate carbon tax if elected prime minister.
Gas prices surged over 20 cents per litre in P.E.I. since July due to carbon pricing and global oil price fluctuations.
Poilievre endorsed rapid approval of green energy projects, fostering sustainability.
He considered reducing Confederation Bridge tolls and dismissed far-right vote accusations during media exchange.