carbon tax

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Canada’s flawed carbon pricing

No government in Canada has adopted or long-maintained a genuinely revenue neutral carbon tax.


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Carbon pricing in Canada—myth and reality

The Trudeau government plans to apply a range of new regulations.


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One good thing about the carbon tax

We don’t have a lot in economics, but we do have prices and the price system.


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Federal carbon tax falls well short of textbook design

The federal carbon tax will reach $50 per tonne in 2022.


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Concerns remain as federal carbon tax takes effect

The federal government’s carbon tax comes into effect today, but what will it accomplish?


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Ford right to highlight economic damage of carbon taxes
The PBO estimates the $50 per tonne federal carbon tax will reduce GDP by 0.45 per cent.

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Beware—stealthy carbon tax edges closer to reality

Ottawa boasts about carbon tax “efficiency” while ignoring fundamental principles of carbon taxation.


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Policymakers should heed lessons from Canada's carbon tax experiment

Canada’s federal carbon tax won’t replace any existing regulations.


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Governments could facilitate the use of natural gas to replace diesel fuel and gasoline.