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Will Ottawa’s plan for a national carbon price work?

A Q&A with economist Andrew Leach on what we know about the Trudeau government's national carbon price plan, and all the questions that remain unanswered The post Will Ottawa’s plan for a national carbon price work? appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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