Officials said the project in Rivière-du-Loup, which will convert organic residues into fertilizer and fuel, will be the first in a series of such initiatives under the federal government's economic action plan. Ottawa and Quebec City will split two-thirds of the cost of the plant, with the remaining third to come from local sources. (emphasis added)This sounds like the perfect project to represent the stage managed one-day cease fire between the Harper government and Quebec on environmental issues. Then the ongoing disagreements can continue...
Tuesday, January 12, 2010
The PM has a photo-op with Jean Charest today: