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Opinion | BY SARAH VAN EXAN | August 19, 2021
The oilsands, pictured in Fort McMurray, Alta. There is still time to prevent the worst of climate catastrophes—if we act urgently. That’s why when the smoke clears after the federal election, Canada needs a government that is fully committed to addressing our red-hot climate crisis. Readiness to engage in transformational change to cut emissions and build a clean economy must be the litmus test for all candidates this election, writes Sarah Van Exan. The Hill Times file photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY SARAH VAN EXAN | August 19, 2021
Opinion | BY SARAH VAN EXAN | August 19, 2021
The oilsands, pictured in Fort McMurray, Alta. There is still time to prevent the worst of climate catastrophes—if we act urgently. That’s why when the smoke clears after the federal election, Canada needs a government that is fully committed to addressing our red-hot climate crisis. Readiness to engage in transformational change to cut emissions and build a clean economy must be the litmus test for all candidates this election, writes Sarah Van Exan. The Hill Times file photograph by Jake Wright