New Brunswick Premier reassessing position on carbon tax after federal election results

"The so-called “resistance” force of Conservative premiers waging war against the carbon tax implemented by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau began showing cracks on Tuesday, following the Liberals’ re-election.


While some of the five provincial leaders who had publicly criticized or legally challenged the carbon tax maintained their attacks in the hours after voters elected a minority Liberal government, at least one appeared to back down.


The dissenter was New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs, who watched as residents handed six of his province’s 10 seats to Liberals and one to a member of the Green party during Monday’s vote."


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