31 October 2019: Last week, in response to the results of the Canadian federal election, New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs announced he would look at options for implementing a carbon price in his province. The policy shift embraces a core principle of the Pan-Canadian Framework of provinces creating their own, tailored approach to pricing carbon. In particular, it creates an opportunity to customize how revenues are spent according to New Brunswick’s distinct priorities. To read more about Premier Higgs’s options, follow the link to Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission website.