According to the PBO, provincial cooperation with the federal carbon floor may reduce the size of Canada's economy by 0.5 per cent in 2020.
Most other OECD countries have milder climates and higher population densities, which results in lower energy needs.
Without adequate access to pipelines—the cheaper and safer mode of transportation—there has been a shift to more crude-by-rail.
Price controls led to long lineups and dry tanks at gas stations.
Like all taxes, a carbon tax imposes its own burdens and amplifies the economic costs of all other taxes in the economy.
Those smart thermostats won't be free—taxpayers will foot the bill.
Less regulation in the U.S. will lower American business costs and help create more U.S. jobs.
Canada’s non-hydro renewables start from a very low baseline of both capacity and generation.
Concentrations of ground-level ozone have also decreased.