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Canada is trading integrity for money… and is lagging behind on the world stage. It’s an embarrassment to any Canadians

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Musician Neil Young, on stage at Toronto’s Massey Hall, January 2014

CRANK IT UP

104 megatonnes

Canadian greenhouse gas emissions projected for 2020 – more than double the 48 megatonnes produced in 2010

BIG BUSINESS

740,000

Canadians employed in the oil and gas sector

TA R G E T S FOR CHANGE

2030

Year the Canadian government promises coal-fired power will be phased out, replaced by sustainable sources – though it regards carbon capture as an acceptable substitute to closing coal plants

DANGER TO LIFE

+ 20,000

Canadians killed by pollutionrelated illness between 2017 and 2018. It is estimated that pollution-related healthcare cost Canadians C$39 billion (US$30 billion) in 2015

D AT E I N THE DIARY

21 October 2019 Scheduled date for Canada’s next federal election

IT’S IN THE PIPELINE

840,000

Kilometres of oil and gas pipelines laid in Canada since the 1850s

Diversity isn’t just sound social policy. Diversity is the engine of invention. It generates creativity that enriches the world Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, 2016

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