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OTTAWA, Ontario — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Friday that his government and the majority of Canada’s provinces had come to an agreement on a national carbon pricing plan.

Trudeau has been working on a national carbon pricing plan with the provinces for months amid worries about the United States heading in the opposite direction and how that could put Canadian companies at an economic disadvantage.

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