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The Donald Trump administration threatens to leave progressive energy economies, like Canada's, out in the cold. But how serious is the threat, really?

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Nova Scotia Harnesses the Power of the Sea

The maritime province has fired up a two-megawatt tidal power turbine in the Bay of Fundy

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Who Will Feed the Chinese Dragon?

Will China walk away from Canadian energy or double down on its $50 billion investment?

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The 2017 C-Suite Energy Executive Awards

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This Engineer's Search for A Corrosion-Free Steel Coating is Over

How Ken Wang battled with molecules and fought for funding to guarantee a non-flaking, corrosion-free steel coating—for life

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OPINION: How to Upgrade the Electricity Sector in a Changing Market

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Canada already has one of the world’s cleanest power industries, and by 2030, when the last carbon-spewing coal-fired power plant closes, it will be even cleaner

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COO of the Year: Myles Bosman

Chief Legal Officer of the Year: Cameron Proctor

Chairperson of the Year: David Cornhill

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Alberta’s Industrial Heartland

Alberta’s Industrial Heartland is a rapidly growing hub of energy and petrochemical infrastructure worth $30 billion. And, with its renewed push for economic diversification, the provincial government could end up adding billions more.

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