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Did Prime Minister Trudeau flinch on the federal carbon price backstop?

Expect more “tweaks” to come for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s carbon price backstop with the 2019 election fast approaching.


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If wind and solar power are “cheaper” than conventional generation, then there would be no need for subsidies.


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Twenty years ago, in May, 1995, I had my first op-ed published in a major newspaper, the Los Angeles Times. The title was “Pull the Plug on the Electric Car Mandate.”


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BC Hydro’s planned project for a hydroelectric dam on the Peace River—known as the Site C dam—is proving to be controversial, with some industry groups panning the plan while touting renewable energy sources such as wind.

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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.