The harmful impacts of the carbon tax are hitting Canadians in their wallets.
The federal government’s heating oil exemption has raised the ire of western provinces.
According to estimates, a $170-per tonne carbon tax will cause a permanent loss of nearly 185,000 jobs.
For some Albertan families, the cost of the new regulations could eclipse $2,260 annually.
According to estimates, the carbon tax will result in nearly 1,000 job losses in the province in 2030.
The carbon tax will also indirectly increase the price of groceries by increasing the cost of transportation.
The carbon tax is undermining the authority of provinces to set their own taxes on other things.
The federal government should undo regulations that impede large infrastructure projects including pipelines.
The carbon tax will cost Canadians an estimated 184,000 jobs.
According to the PBO, 60 per cent of households in Alberta, Ontario, Saskatchewan and Manitoba will pay more in carbon taxes than what they receive in rebates.