Feds leave $321-million unspent for green programs, overspend on oil and gas research, ads


www.hilltimes.com | Posted December 15, 2014

By Tim Naumetz

The federal government failed to spend a total of $321-million Parliament approved for “environmentally responsible” programs last year—nearly one-third of the money that was available for that purpose—while spending more than the $438-million that had been set aside to fund programs that primarily supported the oil and gas sector through scientific research, market development and government advertising.
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