Legislating Energy Poverty: A Case Study of Climate Policy

June 22nd 2021

This case study of California’s and New York’s climate change policies show that they will impose large economic costs while not necessarily leading to significant greenhouse gas emission reductions. The CA-NY approach is to increase the costs for fossil fuels and subsidize the costs of favored energy sources, mainly wind   ▸

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Canadians Celebrated Tax Freedom Day on May 24, 2021

June 11th 2021

Published by The Fraser Institute on May 21, 2021.    In 2021, the average Canadian family will earn $124,659 in income and pay an estimated $48,757 in total taxes (39.1%). If the average Canadian family had to pay its taxes up front, it would have worked until May 23 to pay the total tax   ▸

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