Technical paper proposes to offer three options for pricing: $10 a tonne levy, cap and trade, or a hybrid model.
Automaker says disclosing further results of the probe would expose it to “unacceptable legal risks.”
Fraser Institute says conditions necessary for them to work are not being met.
Equivalent of taking 44 million cars off the road – twice the passenger vehicles registered in Canada two years ago.
Government is now budgeting for an 80% average of allowances sold at the auctions.
Many will also have the choice to return their vehicle at the buy-back price as of mid-September 2015.
Ninety-two panels are producing power for Saskatoon Light and Power.
Vehicles were programmed to turn on pollution controls during testing and off while on the road.
Executive order aims to roll back Obama-era policies regulating carbon emissions.
Wynne government says the March 22 auction brought in $472 million.
Trump’s intention is to bring back coal-mining jobs and reduce the cost of electricity.
Construction starts for new plants in China and India down by 62% from last year.
Trudeau has said all provinces must set up a carbon program starting next year.
The Conference Board of Canada outlines what the transition might look like.
VW and Audi vehicles with 2-litre diesel engines make up the bulk of those caught up in Volkswagen’s emissions cheating scandal.