Friday, January 18, 2019


  Liberal cabinet members begin the final day of a three-day retreat today, wrestling with how to advance a green economy — and how to sell it to the Canadian electorate.
  Finance Minister Bill Morneau said the Liberals want to learn more about how to promote regional prosperity, and make an "economic argument" for tackling climate change.
  "We're going to be talking about how we can present for Canadians our plan for continuing to face up to those real anxieties that middle class Canadians face," he said late Thursday after cabinet heard from the co-chairs of a government-appointed advisory council on climate change on the importance of investing in clean technology and spurring innovation.

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