The carbon tax is leaving B.C. cold


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Sep 6, 2008
The carbon tax is leaving B.C. cold

We’ve just weathered a record-breaking cold snap in British Columbia and the provincial government was there to tax us for the sin of staying warm.

Prince George endured minus 44 degrees Celsius, Kamloops gritted its teeth at minus 23C, and even the relatively mild Fraser Valley woke up to a pipe-freezing minus 29C with the wind chill. The weather shut down the Trans-Canada Highway with a total white-out at Chilliwack.

There were Vancouverites pushing their Aston Martins out of snow banks. Even the Sky Train shut down for a spell.