2: No national carbon price, leave environment policies to the provinces, no "federal interference or federal penalties or incentives." Basically the entire room votes for it.
It would strike out the following section of the existing policy book:
"A Conservative Government will not support any legislation to regulate abortion"
I spoke to some social conservatives last night who were cryptically optimistic about this vote.
But also a young activist who delivered a thoughtful speech about Israel and got an enthusiastic round of applause. That was nice.
This really hasn't been discussed in Canada, but this would be a massive change, and would potentially create a statelessness problem. Background: bccla.org/2014/08/born-e…
If this passes, it'll be the single largest policy shift of the whole day.