VANCOUVER, May 21 (Reuters) - Canada will impose new emission standards on heavy trucks, starting with the 2014 model year, and will harmonize the regulations with the United States, Environment Minister Jim Prentice said on Friday. Prentice told reporters that Ottawa would work with the trucking industry to develop the new regulations and hoped to release a draft late this autumn. The new rules will also apply to full-sized pickups, delivery vehicles, buses, freight vehicles, service ...
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