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The Mike Harris government has launched what one observer called the most ambitious attempt to rewrite environmental regulations in a quarter century. Is that a good thing? Are there regulations which are hopelessly out of date that need changing? Or is Ontario in danger of becoming a more polluted place? Like most things at Queen's Park, depends who you talk to. Host Steve Paikin is joined by Michelle Swenarchuk is the executive director of CELA, the Canadian Environmental Law Association. And Terry Taylor is the Executive Director of Ontario Waste Management Association. And here to join in the discussion, our own Queen's Park analysts: senior Tory advisor Hugh Segal; former Liberal party president Rick Ma-honey, now a lawyer with Fraser & Beatty. And former NDP environment minister Ruth Grier.
Oct 20, 1996
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