And defenders of the now historical GreenON program are up in arms about the money the government promised them as part of distributing the cap and trade windfall.The federal Liberals tone deaf response to voters who opposed a carbon tax was to say that federal legislation requiring Ontario to maintain carbon pricing exists. They openly mused about threats to use their power to collect a fixed carbon tax in Ontario if the province itself doesn do it.How, you ask? We not sure.But Ottawa wants you to know: They can, they will, see you in court.For Trudeau, the problem is much bigger than just Ontario. It also about 2019.Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe is against a carbon tax.Jason Kenney, who is likely the next premier of Alberta, is campaigning against a carbon tax.Ontario, Saskatchewan and Alberta make up more than half of the Canadian population.That without conservative Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister, who by all accounts should join this fight too.
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He is the equivalent of a new sports reporter, who really doesn know football strategy yet. He can the game fine, but has no insight. That said? I don really know why that would be very relevant either.. Whether Americans like it or not, the current crisis is splitting the world view of the US. Half the world thinks the US is a laughing stock and the other half are terrified of the consequences of this brinkmanship. If this were a third world country the US would be among those pushing hard and loud to name it a failed state, to set up a government of national unity, to arrest the leading as threats to national security and generally doing everything they could to it back to stability.