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Ken Grafton | The Trudeau government is promising net-zero emissions by 2050, but the prevailing paradigm of sustainability through electric vehicles has fatal flaws.
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David J. Climenhaga | The electric vehicle technology breakthrough could have a huge impact on the demand for Alberta's number one non-agricultural product: oil.
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tours the GM Technology Showcase in Oshawa. Image: Adam Scotti/PMO
Linda McQuaig | The government's refusal to even explore the possibility of nationalizing the GM plant in Oshawa amounts to a truly missed opportunity -- to save thousands of skilled jobs and tackle climate change.
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David Suzuki | Although Canada isn't embracing the full policy package needed for significant behavioural change, we're making progress, with commitments to reach 100 per cent zero-emission vehicle sales by 2040.
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Redeye Collective | In this age of electronic everything, Canadians don't use their local post office as much anymore. But the post office is a community hub in other countries and it could be here too.
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An electric-vehicle charging station in Vancouver.
Matt Horne | B.C.'s goal to have all passenger cars zero-emission is a good one, but without accompanying standards and policies, this transition won't happen.