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The renewable energy movement ignores real world problems

The energy revolution has brought conventional utilities to the brink, only to discover that solar and wind power can’t be relied on (FREE)

A smart road map to lower carbon emissions? Look to Texas, of all places

Texas switched from coal to natural gas and dramatically cut carbon emissions. Why doesn’t Canada follow its example? (FREE)

Turning recycled value into wasteful municipal spending

Turning recycled value into wasteful municipal spending

Winnipeg’s decision to go with new curbside collection providers ramps up unnecessary costs for taxpayers as the market for recyclables softens (FREE)

“Green energy” fairy tale turning into a nightmare for Canada

“Green energy” fairy tale turning into a nightmare for Canada

Trudeau and his paladins remain convinced that their green energy dream will come true, if only they believe hard enough (FREE)

Ontario’s wrong-headed energy policy burns 75,000 jobs

Ontario’s wrong-headed energy policy burns 75,000 jobs

The province’s manufacturing sector may find itself even less competitive soon due to developments in the United States (FREE)

Keystone XL approval errs on side of safety

Keystone XL approval errs on side of safety

One spill is too many but pipelines are much safer than rail for transporting oil (FREE)

Fossil fuels remain key to energy future, according to report

Fossil fuels remain key to energy future, according to report

The U.S. is eager to grab new business, which underscores the urgent need for Canada to secure access to offshore markets for our oil and gas (FREE)

Fed’s Clean Fuel Standards will kill jobs: Just look at Ontario

The soon to-be-announced clean fuel regulations are just the latest example of politicians catering to climate activists (FREE)

The flap over tailings pond bird deaths lacks perspective

The flap over tailings pond bird deaths lacks perspective

It’s just plain crazy to let ‘I-hate-oilsands’ activists frame our national energy agenda based on an immaterial number of bird deaths (FREE)

Attacks on hydraulic fracturing in B.C. defy settled science

A public inquiry will simply play into the hands of those who oppose energy production in B.C., depriving the province of significant economic benefits (FREE)

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