Is Canada finally inching toward a political consensus on climate change?

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O’Toole proposes to repeal the current federal carbon levy — currently set at the equivalent of $40 per tonne of greenhouse gas emissions and set to rise to $170 per tonne by 2030 — with a new fuel levy that would start at $20 per tonne and rise to $50 per tonne. O’Toole also would change how the revenue is used. The Conservative proposal would direct revenue into individual “low carbon savings accounts” — each time you purchase gas, for instance, an amount equivalent to the Conservative fuel charge would go into your account.

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