Kyoto gets second chance
Parties holding balance of power in Canada’s parliament make sweeping amendments to clean air legislation; add to petroleum industry unease
By Gary Park
For Petroleum News
Canada’s fractured Parliament has seen the three opposition parties gang up on the government by forcing through a drastic reworking of plans to tackle greenhouse gas emissions.
Holding the balance of power and the ability to topple the government of Prime Minister Stephen Harper, the Liberal, N....
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