Blog Posts & Op-Eds

Op-Eds

Green Party climate platform is both ambitious and unrealistic. CBC Opinion, September 16, 2021

Liberal Party continues balancing act with unnecessarily vague plan on climate. CBC Opinion, September 10, 2021

NDP climate plan long on ambition, short on substance (again). CBC Opinion, September 7, 2021

Conservative climate plan better than before, but still full of inconsistencies. CBC Opinion, August 30, 2021

Carbon pricing is here to stay in Sask. So how should the province use the money? (with Brett Dolter and G. Kent Fellows). CBC Opinion, April 12, 2021

Raise Revenues! (with Junaid Jahangir, Bob Ascah, Greg Flanagan, Trevor Tombe and Kim Raine), Alberta Views, April 1, 2021

Is a Carbon Tax the Best Way to Reduce GHG Emissions? Alberta Views, July 1, 2019

Another messy compromise: carbon pricing in Canada, Hill Times, March 11, 2019

Opinion: Partial bitumen upgrading could boost Alberta's economy, Calgary Herald (with Kent Fellows and Robert Mansell), January 20, 2017

Canadian governments need to adjust energy policy to ensure there is an outcome, not endless debate, JWN News, October 27, 2016

Trans Mountain and beyond: How we can improve confidence in the regulatory process, The Globe and Mail, May 19, 2016

Kaitlin Szacki and Jennifer Winter: Alberta carbon tax done right should translate to tax cuts, Edmonton Journal, April 10, 2016

Carbon Tax and Competitiveness: a Win-Win Scenario?, BRINK, December 2, 2015

Winter: It's time to implement a tax on emissions, Calgary Herald, September 19, 2014

Winter: Defining green jobs isn't black and white, Calgary Herald, October 31, 2013

The myth of green-job creation, Vancouver Sun, October 28, 2013


Blog Posts

Is Carbon Pricing Progressive or Regressive? It Depends How Governments Use the Revenue (with Brett Dolter and G. Kent Fellows). Smart Prosperity Institute Blog, September 2, 2021

Canada’s oil sector faces a precarious future. Here’s why. Canadian Institute for Climate Choices, February 24, 2021

Carbon Tax Costs in New Brunswick, The School of Public Policy Blog, September 17, 2018

Big Changes Ahead for Energy Regulation in Canada, The School of Public Policy Blog, February 9, 2018

Calculating Carbon Tax Costs is Challenging!, The School of Public Policy Blog, January 9, 2018

The Effect of Carbon Pricing on Canadian Households, The School of Public Policy Blog, May 12, 2017

Speaking Notes before Senate Standing Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources (reproduced on The School of Public Policy Blog), February 16, 2017

My Experience at the Week of Women UK, UK in Canada Blog, guest blog for Tony Kay, December 22, 2015

How Many People Really Do Work in the Oil Sands?, The School of Public Policy Blog, December 10, 2014

Translation, Please! Decoding B.C.'s LNG Tax Regime, The School of Public Policy Blog, October 23, 2014

A Dangerous Precedent, Indeed, The School of Public Policy Blog, June 25, 2014

What's all the fuss about? Four trains a day, The School of Public Policy Blog, January 15, 2014

How Safe are Canadian Railroads?, The School of Public Policy Blog, July 11, 2013

How worried should we be about oil tankers on the west coast?, The School of Public Policy Blog, June 6, 2013

Shouldn't All Policy Be Science-Based? (with Trevor Tombe), The School of Public Policy Blog, May 14, 2013

Why don't environmentalists protest auto plants?, The School of Public Policy Blog, April 9, 2013

Greenhouse Gases and Northern Gateway, The School of Public Policy Blog, September 20, 2012