Alberta eliminates C$30 carbon levy, but timeline for federal replacement uncertain

Published 19:49 on June 5, 2019  /  Last updated at 19:51 on June 5, 2019  /  Americas, Canada, Carbon Taxes  /  No Comments

Legislation eliminating Alberta’s C$30 carbon tax entered into force on Tuesday, but the timeline is still uncertain for the federal government to impose its ‘backstop’ fossil fuel levy on the Canadian province in response.

Legislation eliminating Alberta’s C$30 carbon tax entered into force on Tuesday, but the timeline is still uncertain for the federal government to impose its ‘backstop’ fossil fuel levy on the Canadian province in response.

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