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Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper, right, welcomes his Australian counterpart Tony Abbott to Parliament Hill.
Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper, right, welcomes his Australian counterpart Tony Abbott to Parliament Hill.
(PATRICK DOYLE/REUTERS)

CHRISTOPHER RAGAN

Harper’s got it all wrong on the ‘job-killing carbon tax’

In my previous column, I argued that Canadians’ next big policy project is to recognize the close relationship between a strong economy and a healthy environment. We all need to understand that actions taken today to protect our environment should be seen as investments that yield greater future economic prosperity.