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Carr calls for 'big ideas' in Canada's energy evolution

BORIS MINKEVICH / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS</p><p>From left, Cheryl Cardinal, CEO, Indigenous Centre for Energy, Aisha Bukhari, Women in Renewable Energy Advisory Committee member, Minister of Natural Resources Jim Carr, and Patrick Dillon, business manager of Provincial Building and Construction Trades Council of Ontario. Carr hosted the launch of Generation Energy, a cross-country dialogue on Canada’s energy future, on Friday. </p>

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From left, Cheryl Cardinal, CEO, Indigenous Centre for Energy, Aisha Bukhari, Women in Renewable Energy Advisory Committee member, Minister of Natural Resources Jim Carr, and Patrick Dillon, business manager of Provincial Building and Construction Trades Council of Ontario. Carr hosted the launch of Generation Energy, a cross-country dialogue on Canada’s energy future, on Friday.

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