Supreme Court Deems Carbon Price is Constitutional – March 25, 2021
The federal carbon pricing plan is deemed constitutional by the Supreme Court of Canada. University of Ottawa professor Nathalie Chalifour analyzes the impact of this decision on Canadian federalism.
Canada could have been better prepared to fight the pandemic. This is the conclusion of the Auditor General of Canada, Karen Hogan, who answers our questions.
While waiting for the federal budget, the pandemic has deepened the finances of Quebec and Ontario, which have just presented their respective budgets. Joël-Denis Bellavance, Althia Raj and Konrad Yakabuski analyse these questions.