Welcome to the world of "carbon fee and dividend," advocated by former secretaries of state George Schultz and James Baker, promoted by Green party politicians, and blessed by skeptical right-wing columnists as the optimal solution for our political and climatic environment.
To the frustration of Ford and federal Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, right, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberals have taken a page from the Tories’ playbook and are singing from the Republican songbook, writes Toronto Star op-ed columnist Martin Regg Cohn.
Today’s fight over carbon pricing isn’t the ideological battle of the century.
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The provincial Greens' rise to become the official opposition in 2019 signals that P.E.I. voters are tired of 'politics as usual,' says one prof, which could translate into increased support for the Greens at the federal
The number of international students may rise this year compared to 2020, but travel restrictions related to COVID-19 variants may be a roadblock, according to Paul Davidson, the president of Universities Canada.