Alberta's premier told the audience at the Pembina Institute's Climate Summit that their support for wind and solar was "fantasy thinking." But as the International Energy Agency's latest forecast shows, she's the one living in a dream world right now.
After four years of defending the carbon tax, Justin Trudeau's government crashed into the political reality unfolding in Atlantic Canada. Now, can any of the Liberal government's signature climate policy be salvaged from the wreckage?
Based on the projects that were lined up before the Alberta government’s moratorium on renewals, an additional $170 million to $250 million in revenues could bolster municipal budgets in just a few years.
The Liberals are collapsing in the polls, but the NDP's numbers haven't budged. Why their refusal to speak the language of jobs and the economy is holding them back, and what they can do to close the gap?
Because the carbon price increases are relatively small compared to the average household income in Canada, proponents of unrestrained fossil fuel consumption falsely claim the tax hurts the most vulnerable.