Environment Canada Airbrushes 100 Years of Inconvenient Climate Data out of History
Canadians already suspicious of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's carbon tax are likely to be even more suspicious given a report by Ottawa-based Blacklock's Reporter that Environment Canada omitted a century's worth of observed weather data in developing its computer models on the impacts of climate change.
scrapping of all observed weather data from 1850 to 1949 was necessary, a
spokesman for Environment Canada told Blacklock's Reporter, after researchers
concluded that historically, there weren't enough weather stations to create a
reliable data set for that 100-year period.