Handouts are far costlier than emission tax revenues to fund reductions in other tax rates.
The federal carbon price will reach $50.00 per tonne by 2022.
For carbon pricing to be efficient and economically benign, it must be emplaced in lieu of regulations.
One reason for a federation is to pursue different approaches to policy.
The plan doesn’t account for job losses, lower wages and reduced investment when calculating the impacts of the carbon tax on Canadian households.
The Trudeau government plan relies on rebates to households instead of reductions in tax rates.
Minister McKenna is wrong to imply that policy action on emissions is a necessary condition for economic growth in Canada.
Federal plan adds more regulations to the mix—then sticks a carbon tax on top.
Trade is good for both countries, but not everyone in both countries benefits from trade.
New taxes on businesses drive away jobs and investment.