Wall and his Saskatchewan Party have won three consecutive provincial elections.
Federal plan mimics Alberta, with a direct tax on heating and transportation fuels and a separate levy on large emitters.
Premier is offering relocation subsidies, tax breaks and royalties.
Saskatchewan premier instead wants that $2.6-billion added to the existing $2-billion federal low-carbon economy trust.
Presidential candidate’s plan supports carbon capture, but does not include a carbon tax.
Where do Brad Wall’s comments on the federal carbon tax plan fall on the Canadian Press’ “baloney metre?”
Premier Brad Wall says government must focus on core services to fill revenue hole.
Goal is to reward companies that develop and commercialize patents and IP in the province, premier says.
Saskatchewan premier says the energy sector has already been hit by the falling price of oil and tens of thousands of jobs lost.
Premier Wall says the plan would cost Ottawa $156 million and create up to 1,200 jobs.
Suzuki responded to Wall’s position that Canada needs to consider the economy when talking about reducing GHG emissions.
Brad Wall says the West shouldn’t have to apologize for its resources and needs to stop being so diplomatic with its message.
Sask. premier says he disagrees with suggestions that Ontario or Quebec could hold up the Energy East pipeline.
Premier says provincial government has no plans to review the rates it charges oil companies.
Brad Wall says the prairie province is well-positioned for long-term growth despite energy struggles.