What should the proceeds from a Carbon Tax be used for in Prince Edward Island, Canada

Posted by: sdbanks

Canada's federal government is implementing a Carbon Tax with the proceeds going to the provincial governments. This tax will take in a substantial amount of money and there are many ways to use it.

Poll closed on 1/1/2017 at 12:00AM.
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Pay down the provincial debt.

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Put in the pocket of lobbyists to repeal the carbon tax.

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Who cares

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Target specific initiatives to reduce Carbon Emissions.

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I don't fknow and I'm I don't care to figure it out.

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Return the taxes back to tax payers by a Tax Credit.

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John_C_1812 says2017-03-26T17:30:50.0258688Z
Half should go to a global tax on taxation to pay for water desalination from salts placed on roads which has created the increased driving. Also scrubbers to be implemented globally due to the nourishment of shorelines which have manipulated the worlds natural abilities to scrub the air.
John_C_1812 says2017-03-26T17:41:16.2920925Z
Salting and de-ices have been used on roads creating a direct scientific increase of transferable heat over hundreds or thousands of miles. Salts create super cold water that is well below freezing, that at one time remained motionless till thaw. This super cold water is now free to move great distances at a much faster time line than ever before in world history. This has been documented by regulated storm water runoff documentation.
John_C_1812 says2017-03-26T17:41:38.5220925Z
Salting and de-ices have been used on roads creating a direct scientific increase of transferable heat over hundreds or thousands of miles. Salts create super cold water that is well below freezing, that at one time remained motionless till thaw. This super cold water is now free to move great distances at a much faster time line than ever before in world history. This has been documented by regulated storm water runoff documentation.

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