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Canada's oil industry insists things will pick up. Not everyone agrees.
Blame low oil prices and ... the carbon tax?
Biggest-ever shale oil discovery threatens Canadian oilsands' market share.
Climate change is no longer "a scientific curiosity" but a "growing crisis."
The world's most famous investor sold almost $4 billion US in shares in America's largest oil company late last year, but
Getting involved in opposition against the oil sands is simply a dirty trick against a competitor. But it's also more. The oil sands can supply the world with lots more oil, thus keeping prices lower than otherwise.