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Environment ministers nail down breakthrough strategy on air quality
by James Wood
Calgary Herald Translate This Article
12 October 2012
On 12 October 2012 Calgary Herald reported:
An agreement by Canada's environment ministers Thursday on a new national air quality management system was hailed as a breakthrough by clean air advocates. The plan, announced at a meeting of federal and provincial ministers in Lake Louise, Alberta, includes an agreement on new standards for fine particulate matter and ozone, the main components of smog, and commits to begin work on standards for sulphur dioxide and nitrogen oxide. Christopher Wilson, director of public affairs for the Lung Association of Canada, said the new air-quality management system will 'dramatically change how air pollution is managed in Canada' by eliminating the existing 'patchwork quilt' of regulations between jurisdictions.
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