Scheer to oppose Liberal motion on declaring ‘climate emergency’

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Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer won’t vote for a Liberal government motion to be tabled today on declaring a “national climate emergency” without amendments from his party that acknowledge the “global context” of emissions. Speaking to reporters after today’s weekly caucus meeting, Scheer accused Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of not individually acting like climate change is […]

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