Ottawa's plan to reduce emissions would cost Alberta an estimated 80,000 jobs in 2030.
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The activist group uses one-sided and unimpressive polemicists to constitute an “expert team.”
According to the PBO, the impact of climate change on economic growth will be small relative to other drivers.
Research shows that the targets and policies favoured by the UN are unjustified.
The Trudeau government simply wants to convince Canadians to use less power and live colder poorer lives.
Given the discrepancy between models and observations, the IPCC changed the way it handled the warming issue.
Governments tend to insulate people from facing the consequences of bad decisions.
In Canada, ambient carbon monoxide levels fell by 90 per cent from 1975 to 2015.
Ottawa's climate plan includes “gender-based" analyses.
Forgoing two years of economic growth over the next eight decades doesn’t seem like an existential challenge.