Source: Sean Pratt,, November 28, 2019 

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says the province’s farmers need relief from the carbon tax on escalating grain drying costs.

But the province acknowledges it is difficult to measure those costs.

It has no idea what the average grain farmer is paying in carbon tax on grain drying, said Matthew Glover, media relations officer for the executive council of the Government of Saskatchewan.

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