Unpacking Canada's Fossil Fuel Subsidies
Oil, gas and coal are multi-billion-dollar industries, and every year fossil fuel companies get billions in tax breaks and handouts that increase their profits even further.
In a world that’s shifting to clean energy, many of these subsidies don’t make sense, and they undermine climate change action. But taxes and subsidies are complicated. We designed this website to cut through the jargon, so you can understand what’s really happening, debate it, and propose solutions for Canadians and Canada’s economy.
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