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Climate stress test reveals Canadian companies’ profits threatened without major changes

Canada’s publicly traded companies are facing sweeping losses in the global shift to a net-zero economy, according to a new analysis from the Canadian Institute for Climate Choices and U.K. data-analytics firm Planetrics. The report, published Thursday, shows that some of the country’s energy and resource sectors could see nearly all their profits from exports erased by 2050 if they don’t make significant changes to address the risks related to the climate crisis.

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