Since 2015, the Alberta government has increased corporate income taxes, implemented a carbon tax, and introduced more environmental regulations.
B.C.’s climate change programs violate sound economic reasoning.
Like all taxes, a carbon tax imposes its own burdens and amplifies the economic costs of all other taxes in the economy.
Subsidizing wind, solar or other alternative energies distorts the energy market.
A new Angus Reid poll suggests that the more people learn about carbon pricing the less they like such schemes.
The NDP-Green tax changes, if fully implemented, will increase the tax burden for the average British Columbian family by $594.
Less regulation in the U.S. will lower American business costs and help create more U.S. jobs.
It seems that governments in Canada have no intention of getting carbon pricing right.
The B.C. NDP wants to raise the province’s carbon tax to $50 per tonne.