Back in 2015, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau pledged to take on a number of environmental policies should his party assume power, including investing millions in clean technologies and inviting premiers to attend the upcoming UN Climate Change Conference. (BRENDAN MCDERMID / REUTERS)
The lack of direct investments in renewables from the Liberals has allowed for a substantial cool-off in private investments—this has set in motion a chain of events with dire consequences on the market.

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Brett Porter
Brett is a cleantech and climate communicator specializing in knowledge translation, public relations, and content and messaging strategy. He has a degree in Professional Communication from Toronto Metropolitan University with a minor in Canadian Government and Politics. On the side, he advises climate-friendly politicians. You can find brett at brettporter[dot]ca.

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