If Canada removed all fossil-fuel cars from the roads, emissions would only drop by 5 per cent.
Cutting emissions by 25 per cent would impose a permanent cost of about 2.0 per cent of GDP.
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The plan introduces a new package of regulations including a renewable gas mandate.
The plan includes a “carbon price” between $20 per tonne and $50 per tonne on fuels.
A $170 per tonne carbon tax will cost the province an estimated 2,200 jobs.
A tax on businesses is paid by people who own the businesses.
The carbon tax will increase by $15 per tonne until it reaches $170 per tonne.
The higher carbon tax will cost Ontario more than 86,000 jobs and cause the province’s economy to contract by 1.9 per cent.