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Carbon pricing: Is there a middle way?

Will the current tension between Ottawa and some provinces over a price on carbon explode into a wider rift? Evan Solomon speaks with Abacus Data chairman Bruce Anderson about the way ahead. The post Carbon pricing: Is there a middle way? appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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