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Opinion | The unjust ‘just transition’ and the media’s energy bias

By Joseph Quesnel. Joseph Quesnel is a policy commentator and Thought Leader for the Modern Miracle Network.
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Justin Trudeau makes major election spending promises, without costing it

In Quebec on August 16, Justin Trudeau announced that a re-elected Liberal government will extend and introduce new emergency spending supports for businesses including tourism, the arts and culture.
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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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Alberta

Government of Canada releases “Just Transition” discussion paper on transitioning to a “low-carbon economy.”

On July 20th, Natural Resources Minister O’Regan introduced the consultation process on the government’s “Just Transition” plan to deal with workers hurt by the short term energy transition that the Trudeau government is proposing.
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Quebec

Quebec will implement vaccine passports to limit non-vaccinated people’s access to non-essential services if situation worsens in the fall

On Thursday, July 8, 2021, the Legault government announced that Quebec plans to use vaccine passports in the fall to limit unvaccinated people’s access to non-essential services if the COVID-19 situation worsens.
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Company behind Keystone XL Pipeline seeks $15 billion in damages from U.S. for Biden’s revocation of permit which breached “NAFTA obligations”

TC Energy, the company behind the Keystone XL Pipeline project announced on Friday, July 2, that it had filed a “Notice of Intent to initiate a legacy North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) claim under the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement to recover economic damages resulting from the revocation of the Keystone XL Project’s Presidential Permit.”
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canada

Canada to ban sale of all new fuel-powered cars and light-trucks in 2035, instead of initial 2040 target

On Tuesday, the Liberal government announced it would be speeding up its goal to ban the sale of new fuel-power cars and light-trucks from 2035, the ban was initially set for a 2040 target.
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canada

One million chickens euthanized due to ongoing union strike in Quebec

A union strike at the Exceldor poultry co-operative in Québec has led to the euthanization of one million chickens… and counting.
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canada

Canada loses 68,000 jobs in May as country fails to reopen, while United States gained 559,000 jobs

Canada lost 68,000 jobs in April as most of the country is still under some form of lockdown, while the United States has gained 559,000 jobs during the same period.
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energy

Colonial Pipeline hack and U.S. gas shortages highlight the country’s energy vulnerability

On Friday, a key pipeline carrying gasoline and diesel to the United States’ East Cost was shut down following a cyberattack. The event highlighted the vulnerability of the country’s energy infrastructure.
2021 election

FAILED BID: After spending $610 million, Canadians refuse to grant Trudeau majority government 

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FAILED BID: After spending $610 million, Canadians refuse to grant Trudeau majority government 

carbon capture

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

canadian government

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 

france

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

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