By Lynne Olver TORONTO, April 26 (Reuters) - The Canadian government promised curbs on industrial pollution and new energy standards for cars and appliances on Thursday in a plan it says will bring greenhouse gas emissions 20 percent below 2006 levels by 2020. A wordy set of government documents said the regulations, to be finalized over the coming months, would improve Canadians' health and the environment by reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 150 megatonnes by 2020, and by putting ...
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