The province of BC is touted as carbon tax success story. If you google “carbon tax success” BC always shows up.
Just ask the NY Times:
And of course that would mean less gasoline used .. right?
Gross sales of gasoline (1,000 liters)
2012 4,682,115 2013 4,504,633 2014 4,687,564 2015 5,481,062 2016 5,770,067
23% more gasoline used in BC from 2012.
And CO2 emitted climbed from 2010 to 2015 (last year available)
Its just a tax grab.
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I read that the folks in Vancouver are currently paying $1.67 (Canadian) per liter. That’s around $6.31 Canadian per gallon. According to Gas Buddy, the price of gasoline in Bellingham, WA is $3.26 US or $4.20 Canadian per gallon. For Canadians near the US border, filling up in the US could save a lot of money and make BC climate change bureaucrats think they are saving the earth too.
1.67 per liter is 7.50 a gallon. Wow.
I used to have a 77 cadillac at 12 mpg. 63 cents a mile it would be …