By Robert Melnbardis MONTREAL, Jan 17 (Reuters) - The Canada government said on Thursday it will set fuel-consumption standards for cars and light trucks that at least match U.S. rules, but environmental groups criticized the plan for falling short of California's tougher targets. "We want to make sure...that it is a Canada-made standard and that it will be the most stringent, dominant standard in North America," Transport Minister Lawrence Cannon told reporters at the Montreal Auto ...
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