Ottawa welcomes president-elect Joe Biden as ally in climate fight

 Ottawa welcomes president-elect Joe Biden as ally in climate fight

OTTAWA– Federal cabinet ministers are inviting Joe Biden’s election as the next U.S. president as a chance to advance the battle against climate modification after four tumultuous years dealing with Donald Trump.OTTAWA– Federal cabinet ministers are inviting Joe Biden’s election as the next U.S. president as an opportunity to advance the battle against environment modification after 4 turbulent years handling Donald Trump.Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson and Infrastructure Minister Catherine McKenna were among those to particularly mention climate change as they welcomed Biden’s triumph over the weekend.McKenna also appeared to take a veiled chance at the Trump administration as she kept in mind Biden’s pledge to have the U.S. rejoin the Paris Environment Agreement after the nation officially left the treaty last week.” This is really sinking in,” McKenna, who previously acted as Canada’s environment minister, wrote on Twitter. “It’s been a long, hard slog these previous four years globally on climate action.”For his part, Wilkinson said Canada “stands eager to work constructively with the U.S
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