Carbon Tax Reality in Saskatchewan

From agriculture, to mining, to oil & gas, thousands of people make their living in industries that are especially vulnerable to the federal government’s carbon tax.

Farmers who are opposed to the Prime Minister’s plan to hike their costs and make them less competitive decided to send a message to Ottawa this week.

WATCH: Wyatt Garrill and Nolan Fuller send a strong message to Ottawa

Saskatchewan people shouldn’t have to sacrifice their livelihood for a carbon tax that will export businesses, jobs and emissions to jurisdictions without one.

We need to focus on technology in order to tackle climate change, not a national carbon tax that will drive up costs and have no impact on global GHG emissions.

As the use of coal increases around the world, Saskatchewan can help with solutions such as our world-leading carbon capture technology at Boundary Dam 3.