Six ways to implement a national carbon tax

Instead of provincial governments attempting to protect so-called energy-intensive trade-exposed industries from carbon emission pricing, the federal government should pursue a common set of carbon border adjustments with the United States modelled on the concept of a shared trans border emission price already established in the California-Quebec emission trading system.

If the country’s emission record under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government is going to be any better than under the previous Harper regime, the federal government needs to assume a leadership role and establish a national price for carbon emissions. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

By JEFF RUBIN

PUBLISHED : Monday, June 20, 2016 12:00 AM

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