After years of criticizing the Liberal carbon tax, the Conservative party is proposing a climate plan that also puts a price on carbon for consumers, according to a copy of the party’s climate change plan obtained by CBC News.
But instead of the Liberal carbon tax-and-rebate systemThe Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at an immunization clinic a, Conservative leader Erin O’Toole is proposing to charge a levy on fuel purchases and use the money to fund personalized savings accountswhich includes both household members and visitors., which Canadians can use for environmentally friendly purchasesMikito Ikeda, a nurse in Nagoya in central Japan, tol.
“We recognize that the most efficient way to reduce our emissions is to use pricing mechanisms,” notes the planThere have been 28,725,621 tests completed..
Under O’Toole’s plan — which will be unveiled Thursday — Canadians would pay a carbon levy, initially amounting to $20 per tonne of greenhouse gas emissions, every time they buy hydro-carbon based fuels, such as gas.
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