Carbon Tax has been a hot topic in the headlines lately.  While the general consensus is that there needs to be a reduction in carbon emissions, many feel that implementing the proposed federal carbon tax will not only be detrimental to businesses in Saskatchewan but it will have very little effect on reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the province.  While revenues from the carbon pricing system will stay in the province, the Federal Government is still non-committal about whether this revenue will be given directly to the province for distribution or if the federal government will bypass the province altogether and distribute revenues to businesses and households directly.
The Warman Chamber of Commerce supports the Saskatchewan Chamber on its research and advocacy efforts.  The Saskatchewan Chamber has formed an Energy Efficiency Taskforce to articulate a clear policy framework for Saskatchewan in-line with promoting energy conservation.  The Energy Efficiency Taskforce is comprised of individuals with technical expertise in the area of energy conservation.  The mandate of the Energy Efficiency Taskforce is to create a series of recommendations to advance the implementation of energy efficiency measures as the first step toward reducing carbon emissions.
In addition to this, the Warman Chamber of Commerce has responded to Honorable Scott Moe, Minister of the Environment, request to support their position on the federal government carbon pricing program.  WCC Letter to Hon Scott Moe, June 27, 2017


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