In Alberta, Notley last month introduced a sweeping new climate change strategy.
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"We're not saying no development. Do it in a responsible way.''
Major energy projects such as pipelines will go through a "transition phase."
Environment Minister Shannon Phillips said the government will work to ensure that the tax doesn't have "detrimental economic effects.''
The report also suggests Alberta phase out its coal-fired power generation by 2030.
The electricity utility warns of "real risk to consumers."
In April 2015 Edmonton city council unanimously passed the Edmonton Community Energy Transition Strategy. Don Iveson supported the plan and he is a big believer in the capacity of local governments to get stuff done on climate change.
Notley says her government will do what it can.
A panel is working on such a strategy for Notley.
"And as much as I would like to be able to inject some mechanism of ameliorating the price of oil, it's quite frankly something that's beyond the capacity of this government."
"If the companies have destroyed this, then the companies need to buck up and relocate this farm."
Both premiers are hoping for a renewed push for the pipeline.
Apache Canada Ltd. has been charged under the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act, the Public Lands Act and the Pipeline Act.
"The province's future is at stake."
The panel received close to 500 submissions.
Cenovus laid off 540 employees last week.
Once completed, the refinery will be able to process 50,000 barrels of bitumen a day.
Police released tables and charts on Sunday that they say back up Chief Rod Knecht's claim.
The oilsands might have some image-polishing to do.
Merrifield said now is not the time to send mixed messages about Keystone.
Respondents were split on whether or not the province is headed in the right direction.
"You can say the crime rate is linked, to a certain degree, to the price of oil."
The best answer is to beef up Alberta's current system, the report suggests.
Natural low-flow periods may return, thanks to climate change.
Mowat says if they do this right, there may never be a need for another royalty review in Alberta.
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