Canadians for Clean Prosperity, an organization that works to foster political support for market-based policies, released a study today showing that the vast majority of Canadian households, regardless of income level, would receive more money in the form of carbon dividend cheques than they would pay in carbon taxes. Download the full report on the Canadians for Clean Propserity website.
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