After nearly four hours of debating without an agreement, Senators on the Environment Committee opened up their closed-door planning meeting just long enough to hold a public vote in favour of travelling outside of Ottawa as part of their study of the government’s controversial environmental assessment reform bill, C-69—and to punt the rest of the planning to their steering committee.

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