Despite the need for bold leadership to rise above the dissonant cacophony of provincial voices and ensure concrete progress towards Canada's green energy future, the federal government remains content to muddle along, making ad hoc one-off deals with provinces. Canadians must directly challenge this incoherence.
UPDATE: The federal government has signed a tentative agreement to provide a loan guarantee for the proposed $6.2-billion Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project in Labrador. Two federal ministers were in...
The Lower Churchill Project is an audacious plan undertaken by two Canadian provinces. It should remind us that the ability to tackle big infrastructure projects is still alive in North America, and inspire us to embrace similar projects elsewhere.