Worried about climate change? You've got a tough decision to make

"On climate change, the choice facing Canadian voters in this federal election is stark — and not perfectly simple.

Elections can be complicated that way. And if solving climate change was easy, we'd have done it by now.

Climate policy has been at the forefront of a federal election just once before — in 2008, when Stéphane Dion proposed a national carbon tax and Stephen Harper's Conservatives responded by claiming that such a policy would bring about economic ruin."

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