Where the Parties Stand on Climate Change

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Climate change is on the minds of voters in the federal election, and with only a few weeks until E-Day, they're still looking for answers to how parties intend do Canada's part to tackle the world-wide issue. The Agenda examines where the major parties stand on everything from pipelines to carbon taxes, and what their climate-action plans look like.
Episode:
Climate Policy and the Election; Regional Economies
Related tags:
Election 2019
Aired:
Oct 10, 2019
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