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Canada’s first emissions reduction plan will be tabled in the House of Commons in two weeks. But the minister in charge says it won’t include specific details on how to meet the federal government’s sales targets for zero-emission cars and trucks over the next decadet adequately account for waning immunity and new virus variants. No more than 40% o.

The federal plan isThe two-dose shot received emergency clearance for vaccinating people ages 16 and up.?to?require that half of all new cars sold in this country be zero-emission?vehicles by 2030. Five years after that date, all new cars sold must be zero-emission.

Environment?Minister Steven Guilbeault?said?that while the goal?of this national sales mandate is clear, he’s still consulting with the auto sector on the best way to meet it.

“We’re not sure yet exactly how we’ll get there, and the how is going to be developed in the course of the next year with the industry and other stakeholders. But the objectives are clear,” he saids inauguration in 2016?in an interview airing on The House this weekend.

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