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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s plan for a pan-Canadian climate strategy got a major boost Monday when governments in Nova Scotia and Manitoba announced their intention to adopt carbon pricing in their provinces.

However, less than three weeks before a first ministers’ climate summit, Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall threatened Monday not to sign any deal unless Ottawa withdraws its carbon-pricing plan.

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