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Don't trade global warming for nuclear meltdowns

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The climate change crisis is upon us. The world's leading climate scientists agree that time is rapidly running out and that urgent steps are needed in the next 10 years to dramatically reduce our carbon emissions.

But exchanging global warming for nuclear meltdown is not the answer.

Ottawa accuses Cameco of multi-million dollar tax dodge

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One of the largest companies in Saskatchewan is in the midst of a multi-million dollar tax court battle with Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).

Cameco has publicly estimated that it could end up owing $800-850 million in Canadian corporate taxes for the years 2008 to 2012, if it loses the case.

Saskatchewan may have missed out on $300 million in corporate tax.

Nova Scotia now national leader in cutting energy waste - by Tim Weis and Leslie Malone

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By Tim Weis, Director, Renewable Energy and Efficiency Policy, Pembina Institute, Leslie Malone

These days, there is no shortage of discussion about energy in Canada, but the conversations and headlines typically focus on controversial projects like pipelines and fracking. Rarely do we talk about success stories that are good for the environment, the economy and energy customers.

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