British Columbia, Quebec lead energy transition efforts in Canada, Saskatchewan falling behind -panel

Published 01:45 on July 10, 2024  /  Last updated at 01:45 on July 10, 2024  / Bijeta Lamichhane /  Americas, Canada

British Columbia and Quebec have emerged as leaders in Canada’s “fragmented” energy transition that is driven by provincial actions, while Saskatchewan largely remains behind other jurisdictions in advancing climate goals, webinar participants heard Tuesday.
British Columbia and Quebec have emerged as leaders in Canada’s “fragmented” energy transition that is driven by provincial actions, while Saskatchewan largely remains behind other jurisdictions in advancing climate goals, webinar participants heard Tuesday.


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