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Hope for climate controls 'slip slidin' away' following signing of weak Paris agreement

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"World agrees to historic climate accord" -- Toronto Star.

"Nearly 200 countries agree to historic pact in Paris to reduce emissions and fight climate change" -- The Vancouver Sun.

"Climate deal: World praises France's diplomacy, showing it's still a master of the art" -- The Winnipeg Free Press.

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A climate welcome for Justin Trudeau

October 26, 2015
| Thousands of people are planning to converge on 24 Sussex Drive next month to welcome Canada's new PM. They will be bearing gifts from around the country and demanding real action on climate change.
Length: 12:57 minutes (11.87 MB)
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