energy
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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.
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Alberta

Canadian Environmental NGO sues Alberta govt to prevent foreign funding commission’s revelations

In February 2021, Alberta courts heard arguments in EcoJustice’s ongoing attempts to stop the Alberta Inquiry which was initiated by the Government of Alberta.
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energy

Texas’s power blackout shows the importance of a resilient power grid

2 to 3 million customers in Texas still had no electricity on Thursday morning, a 36-hour period gone without electricity for many due to rare weather events that disabled the power grid.
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Canada Pension Plan Investment Board invests nearly $150 millions in Chinese coal projects

The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) Annual Report for 2020 shows a position of $141 million in Chinese coal.
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energy

Biden to cancel Keystone XL pipeline permit on Day 1 in office

On Biden’s first day in the presidential office, it is being reported that he will sign multiple executive orders including one that would revoke the construction permit for the Keystone XL pipeline. The permit was initially granted by President Donald Trump.
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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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energy

‘Planet of the Humans’ filmmakers to speak tonight in Toronto virtual event

The bombshell documentary ‘Planet of the Humans’ was first released on July 31st, 2019 and revealed the dark side of the “green” and “renewable” energy industry.
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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.
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 

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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

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 

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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

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