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Sep 24, 2020

Carbon Taxes & Rebates Explained (Province by Province)

While 2020 is all about the dreaded COVID pandemic, last year’s hot topic, the federal government’s carbon tax, has recently popped back up in the news. The Supreme Court of Canada is hearing an argument from several provinces – Ontario, Saskatchewan, and Alberta – that the tax is unconstitutional and oversteps Ottawa’s jurisdiction.

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