Nanos: Biden's environmental policy could spell trouble for parts of Canada | TREND LINE 1

Nanos: Biden’s environmental policy could spell trouble for parts of Canada | TREND LINE

 

TREND LINE looks back at 2020 and makes some predictions for 2021
Watch it here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=HtJ3P_kItes

CTVNews.ca's Michael Stittle and Nanos Research's Nik Nanos are looking back at some of the top stories of the past year.

Nik says that although the Canada-U.S. relationship should stabilize with the election of Joe Biden, some of his environmental policies could cause trouble for parts of Canada.

Make sure to watch the full show for Nik's predictions for 2021!

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14 comments

  1. In the long-run, it will be SUBSTANTIALLY cheaper to get off the idiotic Tarsands addiction while we still can.

    1. It’s not Tar. Never was.
      You cannot replace fossil fuels with alternatives that are dependent upon fossil fuels for their existence. It’s like trying to save on water by consuming only Koolaid.

  2. You all need to go to DeepCorp. CA, they have found the new way to have clean energy and we’ll put all or Oil Workers back to work. They have the expertise to drill for the boiling hot steaming water that creates clean energy!!! Somebody needs to tell President Biden about it or Jennifer.

  3. The “Carbon” part of the Canadian economy is unneeded when there is safe clean alternatives. We have hydroelectric and nuclear for baseload and the rest can be wind and solar. Burning fossil fuels just to make a few foreign corporations and billionaires more money is the path to extinction. Canada could easily lead the world in sustainable technologies but we need the political will to get our politicians to wake up and preserve our children’s futures.

    1. You cannot replace fossil fuels with alternatives that are dependent upon fossil fuels for their existence. It’s like saying we can save water by drinking koolaid.

    2. If you think taxes are high now, wait until that fossil fuel tap is turned off.
      Don’t get me wrong, we need to be weaned off carbon.
      But it needs to be done rationally as well.
      How much carbon goes into those new electric vehicles. (trucks cars buses trains etc) ?
      An entirely new infrastructure needs to be put in place.
      Yadda yadda…
      To sum up my point, it ain’t happening tomorrow.

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