Emissions

Carbon tax could have airlines seeing red

Taxing the aviation sector to shrink it is not the way to reduce emissions.

The question, writes Kelly Block, is whether the federal government will step in and institute some type of carbon tax on all domestic flights because provinces have made the decision to exclude aviation from their emissions-pricing plans. Flickr photograph courtesy of BriYYZ

By CONSERVATIVE MP KELLY BLOCK

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016 12:00 AM

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