Out of one pocket, into another
B.C. claims carbon tax will put it ‘out front’ in Canada, but plan woos voters with offsetting tax cuts, credits; producers exempt
For Petroleum News
British Columbians are going to be the first North Americans to be taxed for a government program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
But whether they’re actually going to pay the price is an open question.
Finance Minister Carole Taylor, decked out in a green two-piece suit and green pumps for what....
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