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Signed On For B.C. LNG Project

VANCOUVER - B.C. Premier Christy Clark says a proposed liquefied natural gas development has reached an important milestone now that four major energy companies have signed on.Shell Canada, PetroChina...
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Does Shell Decision Signal New Approach to Energy In B.C.?

At a time when much of the focus on Canada's energy sector is on where we lag, it's important to applaud examples of strong leadership. That's what Shell Canada and the B.C. government showed Tuesday in walking away from a proposed coal bed methane development in a region of northwestern B.C. known as the Sacred Headwaters. One decision doesn't suggest a trend, but we're hopeful that Tuesday's news suggests a new approach to energy development in the province.

A Bad Week to Be a Big Polluter

As I write this thousands of people are gathered in Victoria, B.C. risking arrest to send a clear message that Canada's west coast is united in opposition to the expansion of tar sands pipelines and tanker traffic. There is no one size-fits-all solution to environmental issues, but that's exactly what PowerShift is all about.
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Big Oil Is Gambling Our Future on End Pit Lakes

Tuesday morning I woke up, opened the paper and saw a full page spread on plans to create massive End Pit Lakes, a process that involved filling the massive, visible from space, open pit mines created by tar sands extraction in Northern Alberta with tailings and water.
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Conditionally Approved!

EDMONTON - Regulators have conditionally approval the first proposal to pump greenhouse gas emissions from Alberta's oilsands deep into the ground.The $1.35-billion Shell Canada Quest carbon capture p...
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Canada's Dirty and Dangerous Oil Sands

EthicalOil.org has a reputation for using just about anything to promote Canada's tar sands. This Monday it was my turn to get 'tarred' as the website's spokesperson Kathryn Marshall declared herself to be on "the very same page" as me. The assertion could not be further from the truth.