Policy

The Red Chamber Reaches Out on Canada’s Energy Future

Our interview with Richard Neufeld, Chair of the Senate Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources

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Will Canada Quit Its Low-Carbon Diet?

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

New technologies have opened the door to private sector products and services that were exclusively handled by utilities in the past

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Editor’s Log: The Year of the Carbon Tax

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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A Brief History of the Canadian Carbon Tax

Carbon taxes have more sources than our current politics would have you believe

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OPINION: The Shifting Sands of Energy Call for Some Creative Footwork

Alberta Oil editor Nick Wilson on our changing energy politics and economics

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Carbon Nation

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