Taxed To Cut Winter Heating

The federal carbon tax was intended to be a “powerful incentive” for Canadians to use less heat in the winter, says a 2018 Access To Information memo by the Department of Natural Resources. Officials subsequently blamed winter heating in part for a rise in greenhouse gas emissions: ‘Canadians should not be punished every time they turn up the thermostat.’

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