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Some thought he was encouraging anti-Indigenous violence.
The current national crisis has reopened old wounds.
Declaratory powers, constitutional powers and rule of law can be used to push projects through in the national interest.
The biggest issue of the episode is how Canada plans to tackle climate change, while still relying on oil for its economy.
They argue the pipeline’s contribution to the climate crisis violates their right to a secure future.
We don't want to be associated with such hyper-reactionary views on oil and immigration.
Get ready for a massive increase in oil-by-rail shipments.
Meanwhile, Canadian taxpayers could be saddled with a larger budget deficit, IEEFA predicts.
Taken together, the Liberals' approach to each of these items demonstrate that their mindset rests with yesterday's resource-based economy.
Environmental groups' pressure campaign on banks is beginning to pay off.