Source: David Baxter, Global News, February 13, 2019
Saskatchewan’s reference case on the federal government’s price on pollution began Wednesday, with lawyers representing the government of Saskatchewan and their interveners making their cases against the carbon tax.
Representing the Attorney General of Saskatchewan, Mitch McAdam argued the federal backstop on carbon pricing goes against Canada’s Constitution.
McAdam opened his statements saying this case is not about arguing whether climate change is real, all parties agree it is real and a threat, or what is the best policy for addressing that issue.
Image Source: Credited Photo / Canadian Press
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