Canada’s government: After you, U.S.A.
Environment Minister Prentice says regulations need to be harmonized; backs off having regs by fall with 2010 implementation date
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Forget about “Made in Canada.” Let’s go with “Made in the U.S.A.”
That seems to be the thinking of Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s Canadian government as it ponders delaying implementation of rules limiting greenhouse gas emissions by six years until 2016 to match a proposed U.S. timetable.
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