Quebec would like to see the rest of Canada follow its lead in adopting California’s strict tailpipe-emissions standards, which the province implemented earlier this month, but federal officials have their own plans. Environment Canada, the federal agency overseeing such affairs, says a nationwide solution is being sought that differs slightly from that adopted by Quebec, which calls for vehicles to achieve a fleet average of about 36 mpg (6.1 L/100 km) by 2016 and 43 mpg (5.4 L/100 km) by ...
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