Canada faces fundamental challenges, could exacerbate regional differences to try fight climate change
How can we make the transition from a resource-dependent economy to a low-carbon and knowledge-based economy. Or will any attempt to do so only continue to exacerbate regional differences?
The Trudeau government's approval of a major liquefied natural gas project in northern B.C. and its expected approval of a pipeline to bring Alberta oil to a B.C. port for export will make it more difficult for Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna who promised Canada’s Paris commitment, and it raises the possibility of future conflict between Carr and McKenna. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright