Tailpipe emissions of nitrogen oxides, particulates and carbon monoxide have fallen by more than half.
Since the 1980s, ranges of projection were systematically too high.
The potential climatic warming effect of carbon dioxide was understood by the late-1800s.
Other organizations have misrepresented Canada’s air quality by using flawed measurement methods.
By eliminating road-pricing, Quebec reduced the cost of using an automobile and increased levels of air pollution.
Canada has some of the most stringent air quality standards in the world.
Rational reactions to climate change are undermined by the endless parade of doom-mongers.
Electricity prices in Toronto rose by 71 per cent between 2008 and 2016.
Concentrations of ground-level ozone have also decreased.
According to Environment Canada, to meet our Paris treaty commitments Canada needs a carbon tax of up to $300 per tonne of greenhouse gases.