Canada’s Trudeau unveils carbon tax with rebates, on four provinces

The federal carbon tax will apply to Ontario, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and New Brunswick who have declined to adopt their own plans for carbon pricing


Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau has unveiled his federal government's carbon pricing scheme.

The federal levy will apply in four provinces − Ontario, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and New Brunswick − whose governments have declined to adopt their own plans for carbon pricing.

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