Government opposes biodiversity protocols

Canada's policies on genetically-modified crops and aboriginal rights are set to come under the international spotlight this week as Environment Minister Jim Prentice and his delegation touch down at a major UN biodiversity summit in Japan.

Carl Meyer
Published: Wednesday, 10/27/2010 12:00 am EDT

Canada's policies on genetically-modified crops and aboriginal rights are set to come under the international spotlight this week as Environment Minister Jim Prentice and his delegation touch down at a major UN biodiversity summit in Japan.

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