MONTREAL — Ontario Premier Doug Ford says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has moved the goalposts on Canada’s climate-change plans, asking Ontario to chop its greenhouse-gas emissions greater than Ford had anticipated.
That was nearly the one bitter be aware from a premier popping out of a day-long assembly in Montreal with the prime minister Friday.
However the cheerful moods most of them confirmed off might need been as a result of little or no concrete seems to have been completed.
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Manitoba’s Brian Pallister got here out saying many of the premiers and Trudeau had agreed that there needs to be decrease commerce limitations between provinces, which was the official level of the assembly.
However he additionally stated he did not wish to let the proper be the enemy of the nice, and any progress on inside commerce needs to be treasured. He did not say what precise progress the primary ministers had made.
Earlier than the assembly, lots of the premiers had complained that that they had different essential points they needed to speak about moreover commerce limitations and did not need Trudeau and federal ministers to spend the time lecturing to them.
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