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Five steps Ottawa could take to compete, prosper in global clean energy economy

With a new government in Ottawa and a clear mandate from voters, it’s time for Canada to hit refresh on its climate reputation and clean energy ambitions.

Our newly-elected federal government has a clear mandate to start rebuilding Canada’s reputation on climate change and capitalizing on its clean energy potential. As the new federal ministers pick up their briefing binders and begin mapping out the best path forward on energy, the economy and the environment, here are five steps Ottawa could take to position Canada to compete and prosper, both now and as the global clean energy economy takes off.   #1: Be a Climate

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