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Policy Briefing: Environment
According to the Pembina Institute, Energy East would produce 32 million tonnes of carbon dioxide per year, says Monique Pauzé. This would be higher than the emissions produced by Quebec’s entire transportation industry, including large trucks. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

To live up to its obligations, Canada must reject Energy East

The feds need to abandon the development of unconventional oil sources, and scrap fossil fuel subsidies at the expense of green projects.
As Ottawa prepares to host the North American Leaders’ Summit, experts are skeptical there'll be big announcements on climate change.
Trudeau’s challenge is to keep his eye on the real goal: protecting our children from an unliveable world.
Co-ordinating the provinces' economies and needs is the "crux" of the issue.
This is a movie that we've seen before. Kyoto 2.0 is something we don't need.
By protecting our ecosystems, we can help mitigate our emissions.
By restoring the Fisheries Act to its full strength, the government can meet its own standard for scientific integrity.

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