Ontario PC ministers address what's next after government ends cap-and-trade program

By John Rieti, CBC News.

Ontario's attorney general and environment minister are urging the federal government to not impose a "job-killing" carbon tax in their province, and warning they are already working on two court challenges to fight the potential tax.

Attorney General Caroline Mulroney and Environment Minister Rod Phillips were expected to announce details about Ontario's PC government cancelling the cap-and-trade program — the costs of which are still unclear — but instead used the news conference to attack the federal carbon tax that could replace it.