Enviro clean-up time in Canada
Prime minister dumps embattled environment minister, says more must be done; uneasy industry waits for action on greenhouse gases
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The Canadian government has done an about-face on its environmental priorities, dragging the oil and gas industry back into the unknown.
Conceding his administration had lost control of the issue, Prime Minister Stephen Harper unloaded embattled Rona Ambrose from the environment portfolio, replacin....
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