Transport Co’s Weigh Tax On Carbon: ‘We Lose Customers’

The national carbon tax will see more border city Canadians go to the U.S. for cheaper air fares, the National Airlines Council yesterday told the Senate energy committee. The Council estimated five million Canadians a year already drive to the U.S. to catch discount flights: “That’s huge.”

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