Monday, April 10, 2017


That is, that Environment Canada secretly advised Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna in November 2015 that Canada will need a carbon price of $100 per tonne by 2020, and up to $300 per tonne by 2050, to meet federal short-term and mid-term greenhouse gas emission reduction targets.
This as opposed to Trudeau’s program setting a minimum national carbon price of $10 per tonne starting next year, rising to $50 per tonne in 2022, although several provinces are ahead of that pace.

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