When Jean Chrétien’s Liberal majority swaggered back to Ottawa in September for Parliament’s opening, the anticipated horrors of climate change had next-to-zero political visibility. This was a businessfirst government, eager to enjoy the dividends from wrestling the deficit tiger to the ground.By BRUCE WALLACE2 min
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