Even in the midst of a pandemic and recession, it isn’t the wealthiest households that care most about taking action on climate change—it’s the poorest.
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland, pictured Sept. 24, told a finance crowd last month that climate change is a priority and that ‘there is a real economic opportunity in acting urgently,’ but, according to a new poll commissioned by Greenpeace, less than half of Canadians are confident the federal government will deliver on the plans and priorities laid out in September’s Throne Speech. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
The environment versus economy. It’s a tired tale in need of a serious rewrite.
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Christian Leuprecht, a professor at the Royal Military College of Canada, says just because the forces are 'capable,' the CAF is not and should not be viewed as the 'optimal provider of emergency assistance.'
Brian Clow, executive director of issues management, parliamentary affairs and Canada-U.S. relations remains at the helm, and works closely with Elise Wagner, adviser for issues and Canada-U.S. relations within the PMO.