SAINT JOHN, N.B. - For a city that has seen its share of booms and busts, a proposal to build a new $300-million marine terminal in Saint John to help ship Alberta oil to lucrative markets abroad was...
Somehow we've been trained to lower the bar on our leaders and on ourselves. We don't demand vision from our elected leaders -- in fact we often treat it like a punishable offense.
The ongoing pipeline debates have become mired in conspiracy theories, distractions, and misinformation. We Canadians have to remember that oil corporations -- whether they're from China, the U.S., Canada, or wherever -- are tenants on our land, not landlords. We should be calling the shots.
The NDP's concerns over the Keystone XL pipeline are not likely to make the party many new friends in Alberta. But are the New Democrats writing off the province, or speaking for an unrepresented por...