Canada ranks 6th on the portion of the population exposed to unsafe air pollutants.
Where Canada’s ranking is low, it’s sometimes unavoidable due to factors beyond our control such as geography and climate.
Other organizations have misrepresented Canada’s air quality by using flawed measurement methods.
Concentrations of sulfur dioxide have sharply declined over the last four decades.
Most other OECD countries have milder climates and higher population densities, which results in lower energy needs.
Canada’s air quality conforms to the strictest standards in the world.
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.
Province’s coal phase-out had no impact on nitrogen dioxide levels, a significant component of smog.