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Child: Canada’s energy producers have the tools and imagination to make gains in the fight against climate change.

Canadian energy with lower emissions.

From carbon capture used by Canada’s oil sands to large nuclear facilities and small modular reactors powered by Canadian mined uranium, our energy producers have the tools and the imagination to make gains in the fight against climate change.

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