Alberta, Saskatchewan link on environment

The governments of Alberta and Saskatchewan, both of which oppose the Canadian government’s assertive policies on climate change, have formed a bilateral agreement to collaborate on environmental issues.

The governments of Alberta and Saskatchewan, both of which oppose the Canadian government’s assertive policies on climate change, have formed a bilateral agreement to collaborate on environmental issues.

“The subjects being discussed range from fish and wildlife management to ways in which the two provinces can work together to negotiate a fairer deal with Ottawa on environmental issues,” they said in a press release.

The statement noted that both provinces have challenged the federal government’s carbon tax in court (OGJ Online, Oct. 5, 2016).

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