Canada won’t lead the way
Environment minister rejects call for independent climate change action, sticks with policy of harmonizing Canadian, US regulations
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Canada is not prepared to “go-it-alone” on a climate change program, despite the urgings of an influential government-appointed panel that Ottawa should proceed independently of the United States by introducing a national cap-and-trade system and set a ceiling price for carbon.
A new report by the N....
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Two previous NRTEE reports
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