A new report from the C.D. Howe Institute argues the revenues generated from the carbon tax should be redistributed on a per-capita basis to individual residents in any Canadian province that refuses to create its own carbon tax or cap-and-trade system. This would ensure the carbon tax is in line with environmental regulations while still respecting the province’s budget. Read the full report on the C.D. Howe Institute website.
Opinion concerning Commission proposals for regulations relating to the Common Agricultural Policy for the post-2020 period (European Court of Auditors)
November 19, 2018