A new report from Blacklock’s Reporter reveals that Environment Canada is wasting $75,000 to study why Canadians choose to buy the cars they do.
But the Canadian automobile industry, in their ongoing pursuit to give Canadians what they want, has already done this research.
Those studies concluded that Canadians were choosing their SUVs for the same things I chose mine and you likely chose yours: practicality.
Canadians have to drive in winter conditions and like the extra space.
Despite all the government subsidies and incentives, Canadians just refuse to buy those tiny electric cars and hybrids. They only account for 1 per cent of cars sold in Canada.
Environment Canada is trying to figure out why Canadians don't like hitting the ditch in the winter and why they enjoy legroom.
And even though I can’t help but mock this ridiculous government, I should warn you, too:
The only reason Liberals ever study anything is that they want to learn how to make it more expensive for you.