The Paris agreement on climate change has passed through the House of Commons.
M-P’s voted to ratify the global deal which is aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
The motion passed by a margin of 207 to 81, with the New Democrats voting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his majority Liberal caucus.
The vote, paired with similar expressions of support from the European Union and Nepal, means the deal comes into force in 30 days.
The agreement holds countries to emissions reductions that limit global temperature increase to well below 2 degrees Celsius.