Canadian govt’s CO2 pricing plan is constitutionally sound, says Manitoba-commissioned legal expert

Published 23:32 on October 11, 2017  /  Last updated at 23:33 on October 11, 2017  /  Americas, Canada, Carbon Taxes  /  No Comments

The Canadian government has the constitutional authority to impose its carbon pricing plan on provinces and territories, a legal expert commissioned by Manitoba has found, adding that the Supreme Court would likely dismiss any legal challenge.

The Canadian government has the constitutional authority to impose its carbon pricing plan on provinces and territories, a legal expert commissioned by Manitoba has found, adding that the Supreme Court would likely dismiss any legal challenge.

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