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New federal-provincial air quality deal aims to cut smog
by Margo McDiarmid, Environment Unit
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11 October 2012
On 11 October 2012 CBC News reported:
A new system to improve air quality across the country could mean fewer smog days in the future. This new plan sets up one national standard. It will be up to the provinces to enforce the new standards to make sure industries don't exceed those levels. The agreement contains two parts: guidelines that set limits on the presence of certain air contaminants in the atmosphere, and industrial requirements that govern emissions from different sectors.
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