Reaching net-zero emissions by 2035 will require major overhauls to Canada's national power grid. One of the major challenges to doing so is the patchwork of power-generation methods across different provinces, making it impossible to implement a one-size-fits-all approach to decarbonization. And political differences between provincial leaders and the federal government will only complicate things further.
So what will it take to develop a clean national grid in Canada? What are the feds doing to bring resistant provinces on-side?
GUEST: Adam Radwanski, climate change columnist and feature writer for The Globe and Mail