Canada needs to cap its pipeline of fossil fuel supports
Rather than attempting to revive yesterday’s energy and economic systems, the federal government has an opportunity to 'build back better' by supporting the transition to renewable energy and a more equitable economy.
Alberta's oilsands, pictured in 2008. New research from the International Institute for Sustainable Development found that the federal and provincial governments have given at least $23 billion in support to oil and gas pipelines over the past three years—$10 billion of this since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, write Angela Carter and Truzaar Dordi. The Hill Times file photograph