carbon tax

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The impact of the carbon tax on Canadian industry

So-called "trade-exposed” industries are the least able to pass on higher costs to consumers.


11:08AM
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Climate change—to pay, or not to pay?

The Ecofiscal Commission says carbon taxes must rise to $210 per tonne of greenhouse gas emissions.


11:01AM
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Carbon leakage—the Whac-A-Mole effect

A $50 per tonne carbon tax is not enough to significantly change consumer behaviour such as gasoline consumption.


10:35AM
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Canada’s energy sector receives positive news—but challenges remain

Ottawa’s federal carbon tax is set to hit $50 per tonne in 2022.


9:26AM
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Canada’s carbon tax hampers key industries, may spur ‘carbon leakage’

Canadians will pay a price for our reduced competitiveness—in the form of lower employment and/or investment.


2:43PM
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Memo to Prime Minister Trudeau—you increased the tax burden on Canadian families

Of the total amount of taxes paid, most (53.2 per cent) will go to the federal government.


11:25AM
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Something is extreme—but it’s not the weather

Prime Minister Trudeau said the federal carbon tax will help protect Canadians from extreme weather.


9:14AM
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Canada’s flawed carbon pricing

No government in Canada has adopted or long-maintained a genuinely revenue neutral carbon tax.


2:57PM
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Carbon pricing in Canada—myth and reality

The Trudeau government plans to apply a range of new regulations.