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Reliance on fossil fuels remains virtually unchanged despite trillions for ‘clean energy’

According to the latest data, investment in “clean energy” by both governments and private industry reached more than US$1.7 trillion in 2023.

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Ottawa should follow Britain and tap the brakes on ‘net zero’

According to estimates, a $170-per tonne carbon tax will cause a permanent loss of nearly 185,000 jobs.

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Alberta/Ottawa conflict could determine fate of Canada’s future as a Confederation

Proposed clean electricity regulations will especially hurt provinces that don't have abundant hydropower resources.

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Ottawa drops the hammer on four provinces reliant on fossil fuels

If these provinces do not comply, they may be hit with another carbon tax.

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Ottawa’s new fuel regulations will hit Albertans hard

For some Albertan families, the cost of the new regulations could eclipse $2,260 annually.

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Federal government betting billions on uncertain technological breakthroughs

Solar power generated only 0.82 per cent of Canada’s electricity, and wind another 5.6 per cent.

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Ottawa’s clean energy plan will be ineffective and costly

The carbon tax will reach $65 per tonne on April 1 and $170 per tonne by 2030.

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Federal government continues nonsensical ‘net-zero’ policy

Ottawa wants to reduce oil and gas sector GHG emissions to 42 per cent below 2019 levels by 2030.