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Opinion | BY NICHOLE DUSYK | October 10, 2022
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, right, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in August 2022, said clearly in July that ‘if we want to reconcile supply security and climate protection, then this is only possible with renewable energies.’ Canada cannot scale up its LNG infrastructure fast enough to meet Europe’s immediate needs, writes Nichole Dusyk. PMO photograph by Adam Scotti
Opinion | BY NICHOLE DUSYK | October 10, 2022
Opinion | BY NICHOLE DUSYK | October 10, 2022
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, right, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in August 2022, said clearly in July that ‘if we want to reconcile supply security and climate protection, then this is only possible with renewable energies.’ Canada cannot scale up its LNG infrastructure fast enough to meet Europe’s immediate needs, writes Nichole Dusyk. PMO photograph by Adam Scotti
Opinion | BY NICHOLE DUSYK | December 7, 2020
Minster of Environment and Climate Change Jonathan Wilkinson, pictured Nov. 19, 2020, speaking at the announcement of the government’s plan to reach carbon net-zero by 2050 at the Experimental Farm's Ornamental Gardens in Ottawa. Canada is the latest country to introduce climate accountability legislation, joining G7 nations like the U.K. and France. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY NICHOLE DUSYK | December 7, 2020
Opinion | BY NICHOLE DUSYK | December 7, 2020
Minster of Environment and Climate Change Jonathan Wilkinson, pictured Nov. 19, 2020, speaking at the announcement of the government’s plan to reach carbon net-zero by 2050 at the Experimental Farm's Ornamental Gardens in Ottawa. Canada is the latest country to introduce climate accountability legislation, joining G7 nations like the U.K. and France. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY NICHOLE DUSYK | September 19, 2018
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna announces Bill C-69 at a press conference at the National Press Theatre on Feb. 8. The bill, now in the Senate, would transform the federal environmental assessment process, if passed. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY NICHOLE DUSYK | September 19, 2018
Opinion | BY NICHOLE DUSYK | September 19, 2018
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna announces Bill C-69 at a press conference at the National Press Theatre on Feb. 8. The bill, now in the Senate, would transform the federal environmental assessment process, if passed. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade