Industry renews call to shut down oilsands environmental agency

Edmonton Journal: For the second time, the oil industry is pushing to close a key environmental agency specializing in scientific and policy work to clean up the oilsands, according to documents obtained by the Journal. But Environment Minister Diana McQueen on Wednesday defended the “important work” done by the Cumulative Environmental Management Association (CEMA) in coming up with science-based policies to clean up open-pit mines, reclaim land and protect water in the northeast. “CEMA plays an extremely important......

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