FACTBOX-Key points in Canada's plan to cut greenhouse gases

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April 26 (Reuters) - Here are key elements of the Canadian government's plan to lower greenhouse gas emissions, which includes curbs on industrial pollution and measures to reduce energy use. - Greenhouse gas emissions will fall by 150 megatonnes from 2006 levels. That includes 60 megatonnes from industry. - Sectors subject to curbs include power, oil and gas, forest products, smelting and refining, iron and steel, chemicals, and some mining. - Industries have the option of cutting ...

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