Canadian Tories Have Their Heads in the Tar Sands

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Alberta Tar Sands Really excellent Thomas Homer-Dixon column in the Globe and Mail today, though with a sorrowful conclusion:

We (in Canada) need a federal government with a sense of urgency about the problem, the guts to act, and the commonsense recognition that government must play a major role in Canada’s response. Instead, right now, we have a federal government with its head stuck in the tar sands.

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