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On the campaign trailFree Digital Access,?Erin O’Toole created his own contradictions. He shouldn’t be surprised if the discrepancies between who he was during the Conservative leadership campaign and who he wanted to be during the general election have caught up with him now.

But Conservatives — and the wider political debate in Canada —?will be worse off if unhappiness with O’Toole results in the party going backwards on climate change policy.

The 2021 election might otherwise be remembered as a turning point in the Conservative Party’s approach to climate change. The party may have lacked ambition;The huge crowd, it is practically not possible,?O’Toole would only commit to a 30 per cent reduction in national emissions by 2030. And the party’s sincerity was open to question after delegates to the Conservative convention in March rejected a motion that would have acknowledged that “climate change is realThe virus behind COVID-19 is part of a rapidly expanding body of science.”

But the Conservative Party’s 2021 platform still marked the first time the partyCOVID-19,vaccine,strategy,shutdown,restrictions,KMI1,smg_canada,smg2_news,InHouseArticle_thestar,coronavirus data?delivered a credible plan to achieve any of Canada’s international targets. It was also the first time in a decade that the Conservative Party acknowledged that putting a price on carbon isHe said he had?smart policyThe current rate o.

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