Provinces prepare for Ottawa’s Sept 1st submission deadline on carbon tax pricing strategy

Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil said last week – Nova Scotians won’t be informed what the plan looks like ahead of Ottawa’s Sept. 1st submission deadline According to the Canadian Press – He told reporters there’s no point in showing it to Nova Scotians before the plan gets approved by Ottawa. – “Once we know what the final system is, then of course we’ll take that to Nova Scotians, but we can’t take a system to

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Solar Sunday – 2 parter today – Nova Scotia announces Solar program – UK manufacturer eyeing Montreal for Solar Panel facility

The government of Canada, jointly with Nova Scotia this week announced a program that will help Nova Scotia residents fit their homes with solar panels. July 15, 2018 (EnergySpotlight) – Known as the SolarHomes program, it will provide rebates of up to 30% off the costs to buy and install rooftop solar systems and is expected to assists at least 2,000 Nova Scotian households in going solar over the next four years. “By adding solar to

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BP Canada okay to proceed and start offshore oil drilling off the coast of Nova Scotia – Wind Farms? No chance!

While BP Canada gets green light to start drilling of the coast of Nova Scotia, Wind Energy companies told to look elsewhere! Halifax, May 2, 2018  – While I was away on holidays, Canada continued to confuse the heck out of me from afar…  A Community Update from BP Canada on the Scotian Basin Exploration Project –  “On April 21, 2018 the Canada‐Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board (CNSOPB) granted an Approval to Drill a Well  (ADW) to BP and authorized the commencement of drilling operations for the Aspy D‐11 exploration well.   On April 22, 2018 BP commenced drilling operations at the Aspy D‐11 wellsite. “ Wow! – Drill, baby, drill apparently!  — Good for you Halifax.  From BP, the area in

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