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It’s been a month since the Canadian government announced its plans to introduce a carbon tax, and people are starting to question whether it’s a good idea.

The carbon tax is set to begin in 2019, and the first $15 billion of the money would go towards the provinces’ carbon pricing system.

While the idea is to put money in the pockets of middle-income families, it has also drawn criticism from environmental groups and some businesses, who worry that the government is targeting the rich, rather than the poor.

A poll commissioned by the Green Party of Canada says people believe the carbon tax will hurt small business, but they also think it will help.

“A large majority of Canadians say that the tax is unfair, and many of them are also concerned about the long-term effects,” said co-founder and former Green Party leader Elizabeth May.

If the carbon price is implemented in the wrong way, the carbon-tax industry says it could hurt businesses, while the government has also argued that the price is fair.

But the poll shows a majority of the people surveyed say the carbon levy is fair, and that it’s good for Canada.

Some people who oppose the carbon taxation are also worried about what it will do to the economy.

The poll found that people are more likely to support the carbon taxes if they believe they are fair.

But it also found that support is stronger for the carbon fee than the carbon sales tax, because they are linked to a lower carbon footprint.

“It’s important to keep in mind that while the carbon excise is a progressive tax, it does not necessarily create an economic windfall for the wealthiest Canadians,” said May.

But not everyone is convinced.

There are also concerns about the impact of the tax on the environment.

“[It’s] likely to increase greenhouse gas emissions from the transportation sector, increase greenhouse gases from the energy sector, and potentially harm the health of Canadians,” the poll found.

“The government needs to have a better understanding of the effects of the carbon pricing scheme and what will happen if it is implemented poorly, which could lead to further harm to Canadians,” it said.