Canada is a large country with a dispersed population and often inclement temperatures and precipitation.
The report exaggerates the current and future net costs of global warming.
The government has provided no information about who will pay these enormous costs or where all the new electricity will be produced.
Over the last four decades, Canada’s carbon monoxide levels have dropped by 90 per cent.
A new report from the government of Canada, on Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions from 1990 to 2013, is making news. And as usual, the bad news leads.