Ontario court rules in favour of federal carbon tax

Here and Now Toronto

Ontario's top court has ruled the federal government's carbon tax is constitutionally sound. In a split decision, the five-judge panel rejected a challenge from Premier Doug Ford's government, which questioned the validity of the carbon-pricing law. We speak with Michael Bernstein, the executive director of Clean Prosperity, a local non-profit that studies and advocates for carbon tax and rebate policies.

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