Premier Brian Pallister announced that there will be some form of carbon pricing coming to Manitoba. This was unveiled in the throne speech although it was not a part of his election campaign.
To find out how this system works, I spoke with the dean of the Asper School of Business at the University of Manitoba, Michael Benarroch and received the following explanation.
At one time, if you were very drunk, you might get away with certain crimes in Canada. However, a Manitoba woman was convicted in the death of her pregnant sister despite insisting she was too intoxicated to know what she was doing. What does the law say? Lawyer Bob Sokalski answered that question for us.