May 15, 2011 – Canada’s Election: The Impact on Canada’s Environmental Policy (Featured article in EHS Journal)

Canada’s May 2, 2011 federal election returned a majority for Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s minority Conservative government and catapulted the National Democratic Party (NDP) ahead of the Liberal Party into second position, making the NDP Canada’s official opposition party for the first time in its history. Politically polarized to the right and to the left, the Conservatives and the NDP are also at odds in their approach to the environment .

To read the full article in EHS Journal, please click the link below:

http://ehsjournal.org/http:/ehsjournal.org/paul-manning/canada’s-election-the-impact-on-canada’s-environmental-policy-2/2011/

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One Response to May 15, 2011 – Canada’s Election: The Impact on Canada’s Environmental Policy (Featured article in EHS Journal)

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