Conservative plans for a new environmental policy - said to rely heavily on pollution-fighting measures rather than climate change - fall in line with what focus groups told researchers this summer.
"Comments suggest that the environment is a possible wedge issue for this government. It has the potential to surface rapidly in the public consciousness in response to events and to be seen as an issue on which government performance will ultimately be assessed."
I've written previously this week on what a true environmental plan would look like. Just remember when his plan is revealed that smog does not equal global warming. And be sure to hold this minority government, and their Made in Canada plan, to account for dealing with climate change.