Clean Prosperity welcomes the decision released today by the Supreme Court of Canada affirming the constitutionality of the federal carbon tax and rebate. “Today’s Supreme Court decision is a huge step in the right direction for climate action,” said Clean Prosperity Executive Director Michael Bernstein. “Canada has the most ambitious economy-wide carbon pricing system in
As Ontario Premier Doug Ford awaits the Supreme Court of Canada’s ruling on the constitutionality of the federal carbon tax, he and his Progressive Conservative party may want to consider the results of a new poll released this week by Clean Prosperity. The poll uncovered some surprising findings about how Ontarians feel about carbon pricing. Update
The Fraser Institute’s Matthew Lau acknowledges in his February 9 Toronto Sun column (“Canadians should reject Trudeau-style carbon taxes”) that there is a strong case to be made for taxing carbon emissions. We couldn’t agree more. From economists to oil company executives, there’s broad agreement that carbon pricing is the most cost-effective way to reduce
A carbon tax paired with income tax cuts could resolve O'Toole's dilemma and position the party to compete strongly with the Liberals in the next election, right across Canada.
New Western Canada poll results released show once again that Erin O'Toole and the Conservative Party of Canada should reconsider their opposition to carbon pricing.
The first time I heard the phrase "carbon tax," I admit that I was confused. I had a sense this was a policy to help protect the environment, but I couldn’t have told you anything beyond that.
There are strong reasons to believe that hydrogen could be an important part of our decarbonization efforts.
Group features high-profile political and policy strategists from across the political spectrum.
The federal government’s new climate plan calls for a $15/tonne annual increase in the carbon price.
Carbon pricing can close half the gap to the 2050 target.
If we play our cards right, Canada can create good jobs, clean growth, and prosperity for Canadians in the low-carbon society of the future.
Originally published by the Toronto Star Maple Leaf Foods recently announced it’ll be adding a jazzy new label to its packaging: a seal that declares its products carbon zero. It’s PR to be sure, part of an announcement proclaiming them the first major food producer to be carbon neutral, but it’s also in line with a sustainability