Slightly lower this year, the same next year. The money is mostly returned to individuals by rebate cheque, and each province has a different amount calculated, so Alberta revenue isn’t transferred to other provinces. The province could opt to receive the full amount to spend as they saw fit as well.Apparently the carbon tax will be shut down as early as May 30th. Question is, how long will it take for the Feds to implement theirs, and what will be the end result? According to the article, the feds carbon tax will be slightly cheaper, but the money just into general revenue correct? or does it come back to the province?
Environmentalists, other special interest groups and foreign funding of both; is the most significant reason why pipelines and other energy projects have been mired in excessive bureaucracy. They take forever to get approved, if they ever do. Our current federal government won't give them 'full-throated' support in the face of this opposition, and our courts are forced to listen to them.Can anyone point to a Canadian project that was blocked by environmentalists?