Charest said he and McGuinty want to align their provinces with more ambitious international plans to cut emissions.Yes, why wait for the Americans whose reputation on the issue is in the dumpster and not likely to budge until next year. How absolutely common-sensical.
Charest said Canada risks falling further behind the international community with an upcoming change of leadership in the United States.
"There will be an election in the U.S., a new president will be chosen, and there will be a 180-degree turn in their approach," Charest said.
"Why wait for the Americans? We want to subscribe to everything that is being done on the European level and the North American level."
McGuinty and Charest mocked Ottawa for criticizing the two provinces for working together.Yes, one would think...
"It seems to me that every time the premiers of Quebec and Ontario get together to solve problems, it should cause celebration on Parliament Hill," McGuinty said.