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Carbon pricing squabble continues between Manitoba and Ottawa

Matt Goerzen / The Brandon Sun</p><p>Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister has been critical of Ottawa's plan to escalate their carbon tax from $20 per tonne initially to $50 in a few years.</p>

Matt Goerzen / The Brandon Sun

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister has been critical of Ottawa's plan to escalate their carbon tax from $20 per tonne initially to $50 in a few years.

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