The federal government's emission-control plans would cripple the province's oil and gas industry.
Measuring Canadian Energy Subsidies: A Review of the State of the Art with Recommendations for Reform
Research shows that governments cannot successfully “manage” market economies.
Solar power generated only 0.82 per cent of Canada’s electricity, and wind another 5.6 per cent.
Solar panels and wind turbines require more than 10 times the quantity of materials compared to carbon fuel-based alternatives.
Investment in the oil and gas sector fell from $76 billion in 2014 to $29 billion in 2022.
The carbon tax will reach $65 per tonne on April 1 and $170 per tonne by 2030.
Generating returns to investors and shareholders in energy companies is a good thing.
The federal government is limiting growth in electricity generation from traditional sources while increasingly reliance on intermittent sources.
Metal and mineral commodities are just as prone to boom-bust cycles as fossil fuels.