According to estimates, it will cost Canada $2 trillion to reach net-zero by 2050.
greenhouse gas emissions
Ottawa has mandated the phase-out of conventional coal-fired electricity generation.
The government plans to raise the cost of what the government purchases.
Since the 1960s, the steel industry has been the recipient of provincial government largesse.
These requirements, which will inflate costs to taxpayers, do nothing to improve the goods or services provided.
The ban on single-use plastic products will force Canadians to pay higher prices for lower quality alternatives.
By the government’s own accounting, its net-zero plastics campaign will cost more than it will save in waste management costs.
Claims about increasing weather events are based on mathematical simulations not observed trends.
Canada is a large country with a dispersed population and often inclement temperatures and precipitation.
Mass transit use in Canada has been declining despite increased government spending.