Premiers dissagree on national carbon price

Maria Church
December 09, 2016
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Dec. 9, 2016 - Canada's premiers are divided over whether or not a national carbon price is the right move for Canada, particularly in light of U.S. politics, at the first ministers' meeting in Ottawa today.


Saskatchewan premier Brad Wall told reporters he will not sign the agreement, which would see Canada implement at $50-per-tonne carbon price by 2022. Other premiers say every province and territory needs to pay the same price, or its a no deal.

The Globe and Mail has the full story.

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