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Cenovus is proceeding with a 50,000-barrel-a-day expansion plan at its Christina Lake facility, and expects to increase its overall oil sands production by 14 per cent in 2017. (Brent Lewin/bloomberg)
Cenovus is proceeding with a 50,000-barrel-a-day expansion plan at its Christina Lake facility, and expects to increase its overall oil sands production by 14 per cent in 2017. (Brent Lewin/bloomberg)

As Trump resets climate policy, Ottawa will stick to long-term strategies, says resources minister Add to ...

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The federal government needs to stick with a long-term strategy on energy and climate policy even as U.S. President Donald Trump overhauls Washington’s approach, Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr told a global conference Tuesday.

Mr. Carr was in Houston for IHS Markit’s CERAWeek conference, which draws senior politicians and energy executives from around the world. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will deliver a keynote address here on Thursday.

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