COMMENTARY: Can the BC NDP carbon tax plan stand up under pressure? | Globalnews.ca

globalnews.ca/news/4574213/bc-ndp-carbon-tax-plan-stand-up-under-pressure/?utm_source=980CKNW&utm_medium=Facebook&fbclid=IwAR1ZXz2vtwSEDmyMOvu5ncD4C7rJoVfTvhdWkC0v6NMptHEBOJmSscvn7YA Can the BC NDP government’s plan to hike the province’s carbon tax to $50 a tonne by 2021 hold up in the face of a growing number of premiers opposed to the very idea of such a tax?
Raising the carbon tax by $5 a tonne every year until 2021 is presumably a cornerstone of the NDP government’s climate plan, which I noted here last week will be released later this fall.

Vopak expects 240 liquid gas-by-rail cars per day – Smithers Interior News

www.interior-news.com/news/vopak-expects-240-liquid-gas-by-rail-cars-per-day/
Vopak Development Canada Inc. plans to build a gas storage facility on Ridley Island — Prince Rupert Port Authority land — for the purpose of shipping propane, diesel and methanol to customers in Asia.
It would mean even more volatile cargo riding the rails through the Bulkley Valley.