The Conservative government first denied the scientific evidence for man-made global warming. They then accepted that something needed to be done, but it needed to be a "Made in Canada" solution.
Now, the Conservative government appears to be shucking the "Made in Canada"  talking point for an "international agreement" one.
Environment Minister spokesman, Mike Van Soelen said in a recent interview that,  "Canada's position has been clear. Any agreement on climate change needs to include large emitting countries like China, India and the United States. We have also insisted that a global effort on climate change is needed."
If by clear, you mean the exact opposite of clear, then yes, Canada's approach has been absolutely crystal clear.
What's next "an intergalactic approach?" Maybe if it does well in focus groups.