Harperís haste makes Alberta nervous
Prime ministerís enthusiasm for U.S.-Canada climate-change pact opens door to cap-and-trade system fiercely opposed by Alberta
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In his haste to ensure Canada gets a full and fair hearing when the new U.S. administration takes office, Prime Minister Stephen Harper is proposing a joint climate-change pact with President-elect Barack Obama in an effort to protect the Alberta oil sands by offering guarantees of a secure North Am....
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