carbon pricing

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On personal income taxes, Albertans have been hit twice in recent months by provincial and federal tax hikes.


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Ontario’s top combined personal income tax rate rose from 46.41 per cent in 2011 to 53.53 per cent today.

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Ontario’s plan will take even more money away from already heavily-taxed consumers and businesses.

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Adding more renewable electricity generation will not help Atlantic Canadians already burdened with high energy prices.

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Provincial carbon taxes will continue to distort energy markets, raise energy and food prices, and reduce economic competitiveness.


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Plan includes $285 million in subsidies to encourage people to buy electric cars.

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Ontario will wind up with higher taxes, more regulation and more distortive subsidies—a dangerous combination for the provincial economy.

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With Alberta’s economy sinking rapidly, the new Alberta government has decided to throw the province a few new anchors.


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With a call-for-comments, Ontario released its Climate Change Discussion Paper on Feb. 12. The plan is essentially a laundry list of public policies that have been sought by environmentalists and allies for decades.