The federal government has imposed complex, uncertain and onerous review requirements on major energy projects.
In 2022, the province’s population grew by 29,307 people while only 3,479 new homes were built.
With climate change, technocrats reduce complex and uncertain matters to dogmatic slogans.
New federal regulations will add an estimated $30,677 to the cost of a new home in the province by 2030.
The new regulations will add more than $78,000 to the cost of a newly constructed home in the province.
The federal government's carbon tax is set to reach $170 per tonne of emissions by 2030.
The federal government's emission-control plans would cripple the province's oil and gas industry.
Canada's large natural gas reserves represent tens of thousands of jobs.
The pursuit of a rapid energy transition is causing massive environmental degradation.