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LAWTON: Catherine McKenna spouts off about court decision she hasn’t read

Catherine McKenna is supposed to be a lawyer, but that didn't stop her from misrepresenting the Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan's ruling about the federal carbon tax.

Catherine McKenna is supposed to be a lawyer, but that didn’t stop her from misrepresenting the Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan’s ruling about the federal carbon tax. McKenna said the court found the carbon tax is an “essential part” of Canadian environmental policy. Except the decision actually said no such thing.

True North’s Andrew Lawton explains.

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