Why would the federal government impose a $15.3-billion public monopoly on the entire population? There are better solutions.
For Canada to hit its GHG reduction targets, the price of carbon would have to rise to $102 per tonne, or 23 cents more per liter of gasoline.
The government will reimburse $1.5 billion to Hydro-Québec customers!
Not surprisingly, oil exports by rail have almost doubled since 2013. Canada needs new pipelines.
Quebecers are in favour of the principle of carbon pricing, but when it comes to paying more for a litre of gas, they’re not so sure.
Taxing sugary drinks will not reduce the obesity rate; it will just displace the problem.
56,000 young workers have lost their jobs since Ontario raised its minimum wage to $14/hour less than a year ago.
Did you know that Quebec is a corporate subsidy champion?
It’s time we started helping the Canadian economy succeed.
Short animation video on the costs of an accelerated transition toward green energies.