Ontario NDP propose net-zero emission target by 2050

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HAMILTON, ONT.— New Democrats are calling for Ontario to move to a net-zero carbon economy by 2050, though the opposition party is not detailing any costs for the proposal to dramatically slash emissions. NDP Leader Andrea Horwath unveiled the plan at the party’s policy convention in Hamilton on Saturday. A net-zero economic plan would require […]

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