BRIEFING: As Ontario election campaign kicks off, legacy of cap-and-trade demise lingers 

Published 07:00 on May 6, 2022  /  Last updated at 22:00 on May 6, 2022  /  Americas, Canada, Carbon Taxes, International, US, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

Ontario’s opposition parties began campaigning this week to unseat the Progressive Conservatives in the June 2 election, with Premier Doug Ford’s decision to scrap the province’s WCI-linked cap-and-trade programme four years ago still looming large over the jurisdiction's climate policy.

Ontario’s opposition parties began campaigning this week to unseat the Progressive Conservatives in the June 2 election, with Premier Doug Ford’s decision to scrap the province’s WCI-linked cap-and-trade programme four years ago still looming large over the jurisdiction’s climate policy.

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