Jean Charest’s Grand Delusion

After a seven month campaign marred with controversy — including accusations of internal corruption and party infighting — the Conservative Party of Canada has elected Pierre Poilievre as its next leader.  Widely regarded as the favourite to take over from interim leader Candice Bergen, Poilievre received 68.15% of the vote on the first round, unsurprisinglyContinue reading “Jean Charest’s Grand Delusion”

Carbon Emissions: Domestic and Global Policy Considerations

Climate change is the world’s most pressing contemporary issue due to its far-reaching impacts on the world’s social, economic, and environmental realities. Solving climate change will require global economic decarbonization, a monumental task requiring every nation to undergo massive structural changes. That being said, just under half of the global contribution to climate change comesContinue reading “Carbon Emissions: Domestic and Global Policy Considerations”

Should Ontario Pursue Virtual Net Metering?

Virtual net metering is a program which, if implemented, would supplement Ontario’s already developed net metering policy. To realize the potential of virtual net metering, understanding the basics of regular net metering is important.   Net metering is a credit system for homeowners producing their own renewable energy. While multiple forms of renewable energy qualifyContinue reading “Should Ontario Pursue Virtual Net Metering?”