This changes everything? Canadian climate policy and the 2015 election

@article{MacNeil2016ThisCE,
  title={This changes everything? Canadian climate policy and the 2015 election},
  author={Robert MacNeil and Matthew Paterson},
  journal={Environmental Politics},
  year={2016},
  volume={25},
  pages={553 - 557}
}
On 19 October 2015, Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party shocked the pollsters, the electorate, and probably itself by rocketing from 34 to 184 seats and securing one of the most robust parliamentary majorities in a generation (albeit with only 39.5% of the vote). For advocates of climate action both domestically and globally, change of government in Ottawa was overdue. While Canada had never excelled as a climate leader, the 10 years of Conservative rule were especially gloomy. During this period… 
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