Canada Plans to Ban Single-Use Plastics, Joining Growing Global Movement

MONTREAL — Canada on Monday joined a growing global movement with a plan to ban single-use plastics blighting the environment.

Announcing the ban next to a lake at the picturesque Gault Nature Reserve in Mont St-Hilaire, outside of Montreal, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he wanted his children to be able to play on the beach or swim in a lake without having their memories interrupted by dead birds or fish killed by pollution.

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