"In order to confirm and make it clear that the province was not going to change the law, that we were not going to expand what should be included in an environmental assessment, we chose a step of including -- by way of designation -- to exclude."Ontario NDP leader, Howard Hampton, pointed this out. I have no idea what the Environment Minister said.
I tried to get Babelfish to translate it into Spanish, then back into English again, to see if that helps clear it up. It came out:
In order to confirm and to do the clear one to him that the province was not going to change the law, that that we were not going to extend itself what is due to include in an environmental burden, we chose a step to include -- by the designation -- to exclude.Sounds about the same. Except, who is doing "the clear one" to whom?
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