Authors » Grant Brown
Grant Brown (no relation to Patrick Brown) holds a doctorate from Oxford University, and an LL.B. from the University of Alberta. He taught ethics and political philosophy at the University of Lethbridge in the 1990s, and practiced family law in the 2000s. He now runs a Bed & Breakfast in Stratford, Ontario.
Posted: March 16, 2018
It is said that some Ontarians have been driven mad by their power bills. Mad enough to finally trade in their Liberal government for a Ford-led Conservative party that has forsaken a carbon tax? We’ll see in June, but in the meantime Grant Brown has a modest proposal for all Canadians who want to save the planet without paying carbon taxes. Almost Trumpian in its genius, Brown’s plan is to levy huge import tariffs on Chinese goods manufactured with coal power, especially wind turbines and solar panels. That would lower Canadian taxes, increase exports of our clean green natural gas, boost the competitiveness of our manufacturers, massively lower global greenhouse gas emissions, and defeat carbon-taxing governments. This would be a win, win, win, win, and, for Ontarians, no Wynne!
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