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Vancouver Becoming North America’s Largest Coal-Exporting Port

Canada is expanding its coal exports to Asia through British Columbia

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California Could Be the Default Destination for Trans Mountain Oil

There are approximately 48 crude oil tankers visiting Vancouver annually

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Uncle Sam: Friend or Foe?

Bruce Peachey, instructor of petroleum engineering at the University of Alberta, on the Keystone pipeline and refining in Alberta

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Who Wants Alberta’s Crude Oil, Anyway?

There are some good reasons why Eastern Canadian refineries are hesitant to upgrade their facilities to handle Alberta's oil

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Energy Company Impairment Charges Down in U.S.

Canada appears likely to follow the same decline. But the oil sands is a wild card

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An indigenous perspective on the history of indigenous-Canadian relations

“Much was done in our history to assimilate the Indigenous people and eradicate our cultures and identities”

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An Indigenous Perspective on Resource Development

Cheryl Cardinal gives in-depth insight into how energy firms can build win-win partnerships by understanding the communities they need to work with

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