Placing a tax on Canadians isn’t a good way to manage climate change, Megz Reynolds said
By Diego Flammini
Canada’s federal government should find a different way of managing climate change rather than taxing its citizens, a federal Conservative candidate said.
A plan that promotes adaptability to climate change is better, said Megz Reynolds. She is seeking the Conservative Party’s nomination in the riding of Cypress Hills – Grasslands for this year’s federal election.
In the second part of a two-part interview with Farms.com, Reynolds discusses how a federal government should approach climate change, as well as some of the pressing issues facing the Canadian ag industry.