Environment Minister Catherine McKenna says the federal government will introduce new regulations to cut Canadian carbon emissions later this fall, in addition to a carbon tax it will impose on some provinces and territories.
The new measures will include making new and old buildings and houses more energy efficient, Ms. McKenna told CTV’s Question Period on Sunday. The regulations will come on top of a national carbon tax unveiled by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau last week.
“There’s going to be a range of measures and we’re going to be doing it with the provinces and territories. And so the plan is going to be announced in the fall,” said Ms. McKenna, leaving any further details until the official announcement. read more >>