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Food policy hijacked by pro-carbon tax mob | Asian Pacific Post | Chinese newspaper -Vancouver, Richmond, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto, North York, Montreal

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Commentary By Sylvain Charlebois It’s tax season. Of course, when it comes to the environment it’s always tax season. The carbon tax, which was raised to $65 a metric ton on Apr. 1, is impacting the economy in many ways. As the implementation of a higher carbon tax moves forward, a new baseline for costing is set for all sectors of our economy. By 2030, our carbon tax will be at $170 a metric ton; therefore, we need to be ready. To be clear, sup…

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