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Federal environment minister uses city hall visit to bash Pallister, other Tories on climate change

RUTH BONNEVILLE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS </p><p>MP Terry Duguid (from left), federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna and deputy mayor Markus Chambers at a news conference in city hall's courtyard Friday to talk about Ottawa’s decision to provide a $1.3 million grant to make the Brady landfill’s methane gas capture system more efficient. </p>

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MP Terry Duguid (from left), federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna and deputy mayor Markus Chambers at a news conference in city hall's courtyard Friday to talk about Ottawa’s decision to provide a $1.3 million grant to make the Brady landfill’s methane gas capture system more efficient.

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