UPDATE- Saskatchewan court upholds constitutionality of Canadian ‘backstop’ carbon pricing plan

Published 19:29 on May 3, 2019  /  Last updated at 21:40 on May 3, 2019  /  Americas, Canada, Carbon Taxes, International  /  No Comments

The Saskatchewan Court of Appeals ruled Friday that Ottawa has the authority to impose its ‘backstop’ CO2 tax and output-based pricing system (OBPS) on the province, upholding the legality of the Canadian federal government’s landmark climate policy.

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