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Carbon taxes driving food prices higher | Asian Pacific Post | Chinese newspaper -Vancouver, Richmond, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto, North York, Montreal

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Commentary By Sylvain Charlebois On April 1, the carbon tax will be set at $65 per metric tonne. We are slowly marching towards a carbon tax of $170 per metric tonne by 2030, more than double what it is today. Yet, so far, not one study has looked at how the carbon tax will impact food affordability in Canada. Not one. Ottawa is currently considering Bill C-234, which would offer farmers a desperately needed carbon-tax exemption for grain drying…

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