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 new Act's assessment factors include gender-based analysis and climate change accounting.
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.
The logic of the carbon tax is that it should be the only government incentive.
The appointment of Steven Guilbeault can only be explained by his radical commitment to snuff out fossil fuels.
Canada plans to impose a punitive tax on carbon to discourage emissions, at $170 per tonne by 2030.
The prime minister supports a carbon tax that will max out at $170 per tonne in 2030.