When will Canada finally embrace a carbon tax?

Canada’s carbon tax has been a controversial subject in the past.

Some have questioned whether it should be introduced at all, and whether the province should actually implement one.

Others argue it’s too complicated and costly, and that it’s unlikely to be adopted.

The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) recently issued a report that called for a carbon price to be implemented by 2019.

The report said the cost of a carbon pricing scheme is about $7 billion a year, but that the federal government could easily pay for it in the form of lower taxes.

What you need to know about the carbon tax:1.

The carbon tax is one of the most contentious aspects of the Trudeau government’s climate change plan.

But how much of it is actually implemented and how much is spent on environmental compliance remains to be seen.2.

How the tax works in Canada is different from most other countries.

It is imposed by a carbon-trading scheme called the CPP.

That scheme is designed to limit emissions through the purchase of carbon credits that are traded through an online platform.

The scheme was developed under the Harper government, and it is currently operated by a group of federal departments and agencies.

The federal government is responsible for administering the carbon-pricing scheme, and the provinces, territories and municipalities also participate in it.3.

There are currently about 10 provinces and territories in Canada that have implemented the carbon pricing system, including Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec and Quebec City.4.

Currently, carbon pricing is implemented through a carbon market, which is a way for companies to sell carbon credits through an exchange program.

In the case of Alberta, for example, the carbon market allows companies to trade carbon credits at a price of $US40 ($66) per tonne of carbon dioxide.

In Ontario, a carbon levy is imposed on businesses that buy carbon credits, which can be exchanged for other commodities.

The levy can be as high as $US1.6 billion per year.5.

Under the federal carbon pricing program, the tax is calculated on a per-tonne basis.

In addition, the price of carbon is determined by a basket of goods and services.

That basket includes energy, transportation, natural resources, agricultural, forestry, health care and other related goods and goods and non-capital goods.

The carbon tax can also be used to support green infrastructure projects.

Under a cap-and-trade system, carbon dioxide emissions from certain sources are capped and a fee is set at a specific level.

Under this system, emissions are capped each year, and each cap is set to expire each year.

The federal government also provides funding to provinces for a number of green infrastructure programs.

Those programs are overseen by the provinces through the provinces Climate Change and Economic Development Canada (CCEDC).

There are about 40 different green infrastructure initiatives in Canada.

In its annual report, the CCCE said carbon pricing could reduce greenhouse gas emissions by about 10 per cent.

But it noted that the tax only applies to a small fraction of the carbon that goes into the atmosphere, and its effectiveness is limited by the fact that it only affects a small part of the global economy.

The CCCES report said there is currently no evidence to support the idea that the carbon price would lower Canada’s emissions, but said it would provide an incentive for businesses to make the most efficient use of available resources.

The report also said the carbon carbon tax would help stimulate the economy, because businesses that would otherwise choose to cut their greenhouse gas footprints would be incentivized to do so.

In an interview with CBC News last month, Trudeau said he wants to see carbon pricing in Canada by 2020.