Harper, Stelmach feel the green heat
Prime minister decides against boycotting Copenhagen summit; Alberta premier ready to accept climate-change goals in step with US
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There is talk of a re-branding of the two Canadian political leaders — Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach — seen as the least supportive of cap-and-trade systems as part of climate-change legislation.
Feeling the heat from his global peers and under pressure at home, Harp....
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Stelmach undecided about Copenhagen
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