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canadian energy

Opinion | The Quebec Government made a very unfortunate mistake for the global environment

They cancelled the Saguenay LNG project, a multibillion-dollar project that would have brought thousands of high-paid jobs to where they are very much needed. The decision on the surface was because of global environmental risks but sadly ensures global emissions will be higher.
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canadian energy

Opinion | Don’t listen to the anti-oil and gas crowd, Trans Mountain isn’t a stranded asset

Recently, a Greenpeace Canada blog post about a report from the Parliamentary Budget Officer on Trans Mountain’s financials quoted a hypothetical scenario to try and ‘prove’ the project will be unprofitable.
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canada

Opinion | The ‘High-Cost’ Fuel Standard

With the expected announcement of the “Clean Fuel Standard” possibly only a few weeks away, there are some key points that Canadians should know before they will have to start paying for another costly regulatory policy.
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Opinion | Michigan’s Governor and Attorney General Have Been Fighting Line 5 for Years

Line 5 runs 1038 kilometers from Superior, Wisconsin to Sarnia, Ontario. The pipeline has been around for 67 years without incident. It runs underwater across the Straits of Mackinac in Michigan, which is one of the reasons it has been highly contested by the current Michigan Governor and Attorney General.
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canadian energy

Opinion | Woodfibre LNG is a safe bet for British Columbians concerned about the environment and economy

Recently, there was a Narwhal article targeting Woodfibre LNG with some misleading information that leaves out the benefits of LNG for the environment and economy. The article was originally written in response to the Green sweep of the West Vancouver-Sea to Sky riding in B.C.’s recent election.
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canadian energy

Canadians should not be ashamed of investing in reliable energy and improving quality of life

The other week, some media outlets were alerted to a campaign by environmentalists in Colorado to urge Canadians to pressure the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board to sell off its 95% stake in Crestone Peak Resources.
CTVoil
canadian energy

Opinion | Demand for oil and gas isn’t going anywhere, and the world needs a responsible producer like Canada to supply it

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, activists and media have been talking about the end of oil and “peak consumption”. The narrative goes that due to the impact of COVID on-demand after the world went in lockdown mode, oil and gas, along with other fossil fuels are now in a death spiral.
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Opinion | Single-use plastic makes us safer, getting rid of it doesn’t necessarily help the environment

Last week, the Liberal government announced a single-use plastics ban that is expected to take effect in 2021. This ban is expected to encompass items like grocery bags, straws, and take-out containers.
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canadian energy

The Clean Fuel Standard is bad for Canadians & it won’t do much for the Environment

In 2016, the Federal Liberal government set in motion the proposal for a new Clean Fuel Standard (CFS) to reduce fuel emissions by 30 megatonnes per year in 2030. The standard covers all fossil fuels in use and will be rolled out in different phases, starting with liquid fuels.
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Alberta

Alberta’s Inquiry into Foreign Funded Interference in Canada’s Energy Industry

Last year, mere months after being elected, the UCP government in Alberta announced that it was launching its promised inquiry into the alleged foreign funding of anti-oil and gas groups.
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Opinion | Canada’s plan for climate change needs to use all the tools in its artillery

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Opinion | Canada’s plan for climate change needs to use all the tools in its artillery

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Canadian Government seeking “anti-racism”, “diversity/inclusion” advisor to be paid $115,000  yearly 

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Canadian Government seeking “anti-racism”, “diversity/inclusion” advisor to be paid $115,000  yearly 

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France | Protests erupt nationwide against domestic vaccine passport in 9th consecutive weekend

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France | Protests erupt nationwide against domestic vaccine passport in 9th consecutive weekend

2021 election

Interview with Conservative MP Pierre Paul-Hus

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Interview with Conservative MP Pierre Paul-Hus

Ontario

Canadian school Ryerson University accepts changing its name

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Canadian school Ryerson University accepts changing its name

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