Just how split are Canadians on resource development and climate action?
Calgary Herald, A quick glance at the federal election campaign shows a deep chasm between the sides, with more name calling than a schoolyard squabble over issues such as national climate targets and developing oil and natural gas resources.
It’s not a national conversation; it’s a Canadian quarrel.
From Halifax to Vancouver, the bickering has entrenched groups on each side talking past each other.
From a business perspective, organizations from across the country representing large urban centres are meeting this week, hoping to help assemble a national vision on some of these divisive topics.