Clean Prosperity’s Federal Convention Roundup

Last weekend, Clean Prosperity attended both the federal Conservative, and federal Liberal Policy Conventions in Vancouver and Winnipeg, respectively. In Vancouver, Mark, Kaitlin and I talked to conservatives of all stripes about the importance of developing a strong, conservative climate action policy. Many agreed that environmental preservation is a historically conservative issue, that has been

Alberta’s Climate Leadership Implementation Act

Yesterday the Alberta government passed Bill 20 – the Climate Leadership Implementation Act – which sets in law Alberta’s carbon tax. After weeks of heated debate in the legislature, the government used its majority to pass the bill, despite failing to answer many critical questions raised in the house regarding implementation. To be clear, a

The Fuzzy Math

On Wednesday, the Government of Ontario released its new Climate Change Action Plan, a complement to the cap and trade plan that the government has been gradually elaborating over the past few months. While the cap and trade plan is supposed to create economic incentives for businesses and consumers to reduce their own emissions, the

Pricing and Capitalism

For those who may not have heard, this week, nearly 20 of Canada’s leading companies joined federal Environment Minister in calling for a carbon price. Unilever Canada, Scotiabank, Enbridge, Air Canada and numerous others, have all signed on to the Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition established by the World Bank. While this move comes as little

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