From food and fuel to cow crap: How 9 federal climate change policies will suck Saskatchewan dry over the next 12 years

If the current Liberal federal government’s climate change policies are fully enacted between now and 2035, the average cost to Saskatchewan will be more than this province current spends on its entire health care budget, plus the operational cost of its K-12 education system.

Put another way, following nine federal climate change policies and programs will cost this province an average of $8.8 billion each year, more than half of its current $17.6 billion provincial budget. The total by 2035 will be $111 billion.