Canadian govt to give provinces 1-year reprieve on carbon pricing but keeps 2019 tax floor at C$20/tonne

Published 14:43 on December 19, 2017  /  Last updated at 19:51 on January 10, 2018  /  Americas, Canada, Carbon Taxes, US  /  No Comments

The Canadian government is poised to give provinces an extra year to implement their carbon pricing plans, but will require any tax-based programmes starting in 2019 to begin at at least C$20/tonne.

The Canadian government is poised to give provinces an extra year to implement their carbon pricing plans, but will require any tax-based programmes starting in 2019 to begin at at least C$20/tonne.

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