Manitoba climate-resilience plans 'not that good:' auditor general

    Manitoba climate-resilience plans ‘not that good:’ auditor general

    Mar 28, 2018 – Winnipeg Free Press –

    Manitoba is still lacking a central policy to assess how climate change will impact the province’s roads, power supply and agriculture, the province’s auditor general said Tuesday. The issue has come up across the country, but “it’s probably worse in Manitoba,” said auditor general Norman Ricard. “They really have not done much.” A spokeswoman for Manitoba Environment Minister Rochelle Squires responded: “The previous government indeed lacked co-ordination in addressing climate change risks. Our government is taking action.”

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