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New Democratic party candidate Linda McQuaig caused a bit of a stir in the first week of the federal election campaign when she said that in order to meet the national carbon emission reduction targets, we’d likely have to leave most of the oil sands oil in the ground, undeveloped.
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Lesser morals might baldly accuse Stephen Harper of cowardice. Editorial cartoonists have a better way:
H/t The Toronto Star
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