All of a sudden there is a lot of attention being paid to the Trudeau Government’s second carbon tax, the so-called Clean Fuel Standard (CFS). I have been writing about it for some time and am delighted to see more opinion leaders paying attention to it.
The most recent golden child of the global climate alarmist movement (and therefore of our Prime Minister and his cabinet) is hydrogen. Seamus O’Regan, our minister of Natural Resources, has jumped onto the hydrogen bandwagon.
The Trudeau government, and particularly Seamus O’Regan, our Minister of Natural Resources, are smitten with electricity. For them, electrifying everything is the means by which we will get to our illustrious goal of net-zero by 2050.
In June 2020 the Minister of Natural Resources, the Honourable Seamus O’Regan, announced a new regulation that would improve the efficiency of environmental assessments for offshore exploratory drilling in Newfoundland by making it exempt from federal environmental impact assessment.
Summer is coming to an end, and the Trudeau government is preparing to roll out a brand-new carbon tax to cap off a year of high costs and financial struggles for Canadians. What’s that? A new carbon tax? Yes, a new carbon tax. Not “new and improved” – just new.
In the early hours of Monday morning, it was announced that Erin O’Toole had been elected as the new leader of the Conservative Party of Canada. We at CAE would like to congratulate Mr. O’Toole on his victory.