environmental regulations

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Alberta/Ottawa conflict could determine fate of Canada’s future as a Confederation

Proposed clean electricity regulations will especially hurt provinces that don't have abundant hydropower resources.

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No evidence to support wild claims of ‘global boiling’

The number of wildfires in Canada has been declining over the past three decades.

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Federal government continues to short-circuit its own carbon tax

Ottawa’s emissions cap essentially prevents additional production of oil and gas.

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Quebec creates its own state-sponsored environmental problems

Since the 1960s, the steel industry has been the recipient of provincial government largesse.

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Federal government injects climate change theatre into concrete deals

These requirements, which will inflate costs to taxpayers, do nothing to improve the goods or services provided.