Alberta moves to repeal carbon tax, while large emitter bill not expected till autumn

Published 18:22 on May 23, 2019  /  Last updated at 18:25 on May 23, 2019  /  Americas, Canada, Carbon Taxes  /  No Comments

Alberta’s newly-elected United Conservative Party (UCP) government introduced a bill Wednesday to eliminate the previous administration’s C$30 carbon tax by next week, adding that legislation to overhaul the Canadian province’s large emitter trading programme would not follow until the fall.

Alberta’s newly-elected United Conservative Party (UCP) government introduced a bill Wednesday to eliminate the previous administration’s C$30 carbon tax by next week, adding that legislation to overhaul the Canadian province’s large emitter trading programme would not follow until the fall.

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