The Pallister government’s “made-in-Manitoba” plan, announced Friday morning, sets a carbon price of $25 per tonne — half the federal government’s target of $50 per tonne by 2022.
The source confirmed the $25 number first revealed in a draft document obtained by The Canadian Press last month, which said a $25-a-tonne tax would raise $250 million annually for the province.
“We have found oil on the water but no wreck,” Olav Bjoergaas, a spokesperson for the Joint Rescue Co-ordination Centres for northern Norway, told The Associated Press. He added that there was poor visibility and heavy snowfall in the region.
Irving Oil pleaded guilty earlier to 34 counts under the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act.
The National Energу Board now projects fossil fuel use in Canada will peak in 2019, in a major downward revision of similar estimates it has made annuallу for the past decade.
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“All I’ve ever wanted to do is work on issues of justice,” Leslie said, whether it be social, economic or environmental. “It’s why I went to law school,” she said, “it’s why I ran federally.”
It was also documented in Washington state in 2016, prompting fears the disease could make its way into Western Canada.