CLEMENS, GREEN: If three key assumptions are not met, carbon pricing will always yield lower benefits than advocates suggest
LAMMAM, JACKSON: B.C.’s “revenue neutral” carbon tax will result in a cumulative $865 million tax increase between 2013/14 and 2018/19
WILLIAMSON: Canada’s tax and energy advantages are coming to a sudden end, and we should expect businesses will move more investment to the U.S.
EISEN, LAMMAM: The gradual increase in Alberta’s carbon tax in coming years will exacerbate the economic damage being done to the province
WHITELAW: We can use Alberta’s carbon levy to rebuild our carbon-based economy, tasking an idle workforce to create investment-worthy technology
MATTHEWS: Over time, even the small steps add up and can truly help reduce your environmental footprint
CHARLEBOIS: The Trudeau government’s aggressive carbon campaign could inspire even more companies to pack up and leave, harming our economy
FINLAYSON: If Canada introduces national carbon pricing and the United States doesn’t, how are our businesses expected to compete?