Report: Canadian emissions to rise on back of tar sands boom

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Government agency reveals cuts in emissions will fail to offset soaring impact of Canadian tar sands

Canada is unlikely to meet its commitment to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 17 per cent by 2020, thanks to the continued expansion of its controversial tar and oil sands industry. That is the conclusion...

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