Source: The Globe and Mail

Source: The Globe and Mail

Now that the Paris agreement has been reached, what will Canada do domestically to keep its promises?

Federal Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna will now turn to working with the provinces and territories to establish a national plan, as well as meeting with North American partners.

From The Globe and Mail:

“The federal government has given itself a tight deadline of 90 days to thrash out the thorny economic and environmental issues before a first ministers’ meeting that will establish a Canada-wide approach to climate change.

“At the same time, Ottawa says it will be working with the United States and Mexico toward a continental deal. Canadian governments of various political stripes have long sought to have the U.S., in particular, on board for major new environmental rules in order to avoid placing Canadian industry at a disadvantage.”

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