No matter U.S. backtrack, Canada committed to leading on climate change: McKenna
By Marco VigliottiJun. 7, 2017
The Trudeau government remains committed to preparing Canada to 'take advantage' of a $23-trillion clean growth opportunity, says Environment Minister Catherine McKenna.
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna says the Liberal government won't reconsider its participation in the Paris climate pact because the U.S. has pulled out, saying momentum on climate action is 'unstoppable.' The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
The Trudeau government remains steadfast in its commitment to clean energy, regardless of the actions of its southern neighbour, according to Environment Minister Catherine McKenna.
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