The United Conservative Party are planning what they call “an ambitious legislative line-up” to start the spring sitting of the Legislative Assembly, a session they are referring to as the Spring of Renewal. […]
Is a carbon tax a hill Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is willing to die on? That question had been in the back of many political minds since Ontario – under its new PC government – bailed out of the federal climate change framework last spring.
As with most miracles, however, there are problems. One is that, for the arithmetic to work out, someone has to pay. The government doesn’t say who that will be. But it’s a good bet that the politically important constituency of suburban commuters will be net losers.
Conservative Shadow Minister for Finance Pierre Poilievre accused the Liberal government of having a carbon-tax cover-up and called on the government to tell Canadians how much more families will pay when it comes into effect. […]
The latest pipeline faceoff between Alberta and British Columbia is more than a constitutional tussle.
It is also a reminder of the unresolved contradictions within Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s climate-change policy. […]
It’s no secret that the carbon tax imposed by the NDP is heavily impacting Alberta’s farmers and ranchers. Anyone reading this is likely more than familiar with the extra cost of filling up just to get into town, or the heightened costs that producers face in transporting products. […]
Non-profit groups interested in educating their communities about climate change have a month to apply for a new grant the government announced Monday.
The province says it is investing $600,000 in the Community Environment Action grant program, something they say will “support all Albertans – young and old, rural and urban – to better understand and address climate change.” […]
The Wildrose laid criticism at the provincial government Wednesday for sending tens of millions more to Ottawa through GST revenues created through the carbon tax. The opposition party says the additional revenues comes with no added benefit to Alberta. […]