Imposing windfall taxes on energy, grocery not the “right approach”: PM Trudeau.
by The Canadian Parvasi
While at a year-end interview, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau seemingly rejected the imposition of windfall taxes on energy and grocery sectors, calling it “simplistic”.
“The last thing we want to do is put on a tax that people then just pass along to the consumers,” said the Prime Minister, stating that such taxes could do more harm than good.
“I don’t think that the simplistic solution, as satisfying as it might sound, is necessarily the right approach here,” Trudeau continued.