Canada faces alignment
Panel calls for national policy to make consumers, industry pay for emissions
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What little hope the Canadian petroleum industry and producing provinces may have held that a move toward carbon capture and storage technology would appease the formidable U.S. push to tough climate-change measures is now close to evaporating.
When President Barack Obama ended his one-day visit to....
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National price on carbon
Report says no choice
U.S. legislation introduced
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