Let’s nurture a country to love

We need to appreciate what has made this country the envy of the world despite having a climate that is one of the most inhospitable. Increasing taxes on the energy we need for heating our homes, cooking, travelling and earning a living will do nothing to lessen our impact on the environment. In fact, the opposite is more likely to be true. With an increased tax burden it will be harder for Canadians to earn a living and the tax base will be eroded. With a lower standard of living we will be less able to afford to look after the environment. Look around the world. Wealthier countries are invariably cleaner and less polluted. Poorer countries are dirtier and more polluted.  

At one time it looked like wind and solar might be the solution, however in Canada they are costly for both taxpayers and the environment.

You do not need to be a climate scientist to understand that our government policies should not be grounded on theories that are far from robust.

The way in which science is presented by the United Nations climate panel differs from what scientists are actually finding.

There is good cause to be anxious about natural disasters. But they will not be prevented by increasing taxes on fuel.

How did we get to a point where many believe that carbon dioxide is a pollutant? It’s a long story, but one that is important to understand. 

Many have seen the movie An Inconvenient Truth. Its argument was based on a graph of past and projected global temperature change, but was it correct?

You will have not seen it reported in the news but a gripping drama has been unfolding over the last twenty years. 

Under the cover of environmentalism there are well-funded groups who are attacking key industries and damaging the wellbeing of Canadians.

Sorry to bring you bad news… but things are pretty good! But unless politicians enact realistic policies life will get worse.

Current policies in Canada increase the tax burden, do nothing for the environment and are false virtue. Canadians need better.