Quebec slammed the door on the resurrection of the Energy East pipeline.
Minister McKenna is wrong to imply that policy action on emissions is a necessary condition for economic growth in Canada.
New taxes on businesses drive away jobs and investment.
In Ontario, the government expects to rake in $2 billion per year through its cap-and-trade program.
The economics literature is filled with analyses showing the superiority of carbon taxes—alone—over regulations.
Subsidizing wind, solar or other alternative energies distorts the energy market.
The problem with Alberta’s cap is that, like much of the Alberta Climate Leadership Plan, it’s arbitrary.