Drawing the Line: Saskatchewan releases white paper defining how federal climate change regulation is choking this province

Saskatchewan is feeling the noose of federal climate change policies and programs tightening around its neck, to the point where, if they are all implemented, the bill to this province could be $111 billion by 2035.

That’s according to a white paper released by Premier Scott Moe in North Battleford on Oct. 11. He spoke to the Battlefords Chamber of Commerce about the white paper entitled Drawing the Line: Defending Saskatchewan’s Economic Autonomy.