Canada hedges on 2010 start for emissions rules

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* Says Canada has to harmonize with U.S. rules * Cites U.S. proposal looking at 2012 or later * Environmental group opposes delay By Allan Dowd VANCOUVER, British Columbia, May 28 (Reuters) - Canada's rules for cutting greenhouse gas emissions may not come into effect by 2010 as had been planned, Environment Minister Jim Prentice said on Thursday. The rules may be ready by next year but the implementation timing will depend on discussions with other countries -- including the ...

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