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Lockheed Martin Corp.'s Skunk Works program has been responsible for some of the company's most secretive aircraft designs - including the U-2, the SR-71, the F-117 and the F-22. So it should come as no surprise the provincial government has appropriated that monicker as part of its secretive climate action initiative. Writing in last month's edition of Canadian Government Executive magazine, the premier's deputy minister Jessica McDonald states, "A series of so-called 'skunk works' sessions" was organized for government employees "to encourage open brainstorming of ideas" on how the Campbell administration can meet its ambitious environmental agenda.

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