Lack of G8 environment ministers' meeting 'abnormal,' say critics

The Conservative government's decision not to host an environment ministers' meeting ahead of the G8 summit in June has infuriated critics and environmental groups, who say Canada broke with tradition and missed a good opportunity to show a commitment to battle climate change.

Anca Gurzu
Published: Wednesday, 05/05/2010 12:00 am EDT

The Conservative government's decision not to host an environment ministers' meeting ahead of the G8 summit in June has infuriated critics and environmental groups, who say Canada broke with tradition and missed a good opportunity to show a commitment to battle climate change.

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