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click to enlarge PHOTOGRAPH BY DARRYL DYCK, THE CANADIAN PRESS - CLEAN B.C. B.C. Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy George Heyman, centre, joins hands with Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver, second left, Premier John Horgan, second right, and Merran Smith, right, Executive Director of Clean Energy Canada, as B.C. Energy Minister Michelle Mungall, left, holds her son Zavier, during a First Nations blessing before the provincial government released its CleanBC plan aimed at reducing climate pollution. The event was held Wednesday in Vancouver.
  • Photograph By DARRYL DYCK, The Canadian Press
  • CLEAN B.C. B.C. Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy George Heyman, centre, joins hands with Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver, second left, Premier John Horgan, second right, and Merran Smith, right, Executive Director of Clean Energy Canada, as B.C. Energy Minister Michelle Mungall, left, holds her son Zavier, during a First Nations blessing before the provincial government released its CleanBC plan aimed at reducing climate pollution. The event was held Wednesday in Vancouver.

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