According to the latest data, investment in “clean energy” by both governments and private industry reached more than US$1.7 trillion in 2023.
According to estimates, a $170-per tonne carbon tax will cause a permanent loss of nearly 185,000 jobs.
Proposed clean electricity regulations will especially hurt provinces that don't have abundant hydropower resources.
If these provinces do not comply, they may be hit with another carbon tax.
From 2015 to 2022, Canada’s population increased by 3.3 million compared to only 1.6 million housing completions.
Electricity satisfies only a modest slice—roughly one-fifth—of Canada’s total primary energy demand.
The government's vision vastly exaggerates the knowledge and foresight of elected officials and bureaucrats.
Similar energy transitions in Europe have not gone smoothly, to say the least.
Solar panels and wind turbines require more than 10 times the quantity of materials compared to carbon fuel-based alternatives.
According to estimates, it will cost Canada $2 trillion to reach net-zero by 2050.