On the weekend, Alberta revealed its new climate change policy.

From CTV News:

The plan, the result of months of study and public input, will introduce a broad-based carbon tax that would apply across the economy. The government will move to phase out the province’s coal-fired power generation by 2030. And it will introduce a hard cap on greenhouse gas emissions for the oilsands.

This is the day we step up, at long last, to one of the world’s biggest problems — the pollution that is causing climate change,” Premier Rachel Notley said as she announced her government’s new policy in Edmonton on Sunday.

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