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Including 28 beaver ponds.
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The role of the Canadian government in both the short and long term should be to embrace and foster the growth of all parts of our diverse economy. The government should certainly not champion some sectors and demoralize others. Sadly, we have already started to see that approach by the Trudeau government.
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With the December Paris climate agreement, leaders and experts from around the world showed they overwhelmingly accept that human-caused climate change is real and the need to curb emissions. In light of this, I don't get the current brouhaha over Kinder Morgan, Keystone XL, Northern Gateway or the Energy East pipelines.
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"We believe it is important and, in fact, essential to rebuild Canadians' trust in our environmental assessment processes."
I know that the term "ethical oil" has some blemishes on it because of issues surrounding its origin, but I believe in the concept behind the term. I want my personal gasoline purchases to go towards subsidizing medicare and not subsidizing a despot or paying for a tyrant to bomb his neighbour.
The Montreal mayor held a meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday.
"The National Energy Board knows what it is doing.''
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She gets that this is about more than just politics. Progress on energy projects isn't going to be achieved through grandstanding. If that were the case, we would have seen more success from the efforts of our previous provincial and federal governments.
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"Today has been a very tough day indeed."
As the war of words over the Energy East pipeline escalated on Thursday, the mayor of Montreal tried to bomb one of his opponents back to the Stone Age. The battle lines were drawn when Montreal Mayo...
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The proposed pipeline would take Alberta crude as far east as an Irving Oil refinery in Saint John, N.B.
"This is a project that will benefit all of Canada."
CALGARY — An export terminal in Quebec will no longer be part of the equation for the cross-Canada Energy East Pipeline. The company behind the project, TransCanada Corp., says it's amending its appli...