Canada: Cleaning off a ‘dirty’ image
Canadian, Alberta political, industry leaders defend record in oil sands, say they are ready to participate in any Copenhagen deal
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Government and industry leaders are fighting back against a tidal wave of criticism and abuse flowing from the Copenhagen climate change summit that has Canada cast as a “corrupt petro-state” because of the Alberta oil sands and the biggest single obstacle to a post-Kyoto deal.
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