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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)

Killing the goose that laid the golden egg

Killing the goose that laid the golden egg

Increasingly harsh and ever-shifting resource-related government policies are killing jobs and making Canadians poorer

Bhag(ing) economic/environmental consensus a big hairy deal

Nothing concrete is happening that is remotely likely to produce a solution Canadians could get behind

Energy debate stuck in a rut – and what we can do about it

It’s increasingly clear we need to step outside the echo chambers that shape Canada’s polarizing energy narratives

Trudeau, Notley said yes to pipelines, while really meaning no

(Troy Media) While telling people that they understand the importance of the pipelines, Notley and Trudeau piled up the regulatory bricks to ensure they were not viable

Energy’s uphill battle even tougher in era of willful ignorance

(Troy Media) Being energy-ignorant is almost fashionable in certain circles

Time to question foreign influence on Canada’s oil debate

(Troy Media) The Dogwood Initiative, Leadnow, and Greenpeace receive substantial funding from a U.S. advocacy group called Tides

The death of the carbon tax revenue neutrality myth

Without B.C.’s revenue-neutral tax as a template, other provinces are free to indulge in foolish green fund spending orgies

That sound you hear is the Canadian economy imploding

(Troy Media) Canada has a growing global reputation as a place where nothing happens unless it suits a small and clamorous minority

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