PM Trudeau’s main objective os for our nation to “go in circles” regarding pipeline development and expansion. All Trudeau commentary results in the same tepid nothingness: “We are working very hard to resolve the situation”–while delivering NO PLAN whatsoever.
By tightening the screws on domestic Canadian production while seeing an INCREASE in Saudi-originating imports, Canada is helping to ACCELERATE the rate of our own energy-sector’s decline.
“On Tuesday, the Parliamentary Budget Officer said the Canadian government could expect to collect C$2.81 BILLION in direct revenues in 2019-20 from its current C$20 per tonne price on carbon.”
“Direct revenues, it noted, would rise to C$8.27 BILLION in 2022-23, with the carbon price increasing to C$50 per tonne.”
“Ottawa Centre’s Liberal candidate, Catherine McKenna, Minister of Environment and Climate Change,has launched her final campaign week with a non-traditional series of single-issue lawn signs.”
The Trudeau government’s relationship with Saudi Arabia is a curious thing. In 2018, Saudi Arabia beheaded 37 Saudi citizens in a mass execution across the country, publicly pinning one of the bodies and its severed head to a pole as a warning to others.
For the first time, the Canadian central bank’s financial system health report is flagging climate change as an important vulnerability along with its long-running worries about household debt and apprehension about the housing market.
The assessment is part of the Bank of Canada’s annual report card that explores key weak spots and risks surrounding the stability of the financial system.
How come in the middle of a trade spat with the Saudis, Ottawa isn’t even imposing the same taxes and regulations on Saudi oil that it imposes on Alberta, Saskatchewan and Newfoundland oil? If the Liberals are so intent on cutting Canadians’ emissions by imposing a new carbon tax and by creating impossible new environmental … Continue reading Trudeau Government EXEMPTS Saudi Arabian Oil From Carbon Tax