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The case for pricing carbon There were respectable reasons to vote against the Liberals in the recent federal election. Doing so because of their carbon taxing proposals was not one of them. That many Canadians voted against Stéphane Dion’s “Green Shift” and that both Jack Layton and Stephen Harper thought it electorally advantageous to oppose carbon taxing says something deeply depressing about Canadians’ refusal to grapple with a major international problem.

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