Policy

Trudeau’s National Energy Board: New and Improved?

The Trudeau government promised to reform the NEB and earn back the trust of Canadians. Not everyone will be happy with the changes

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Refineries? Where’s The Value In That?

Bitumen upgrading in Alberta sounds like a good investment for the province. But an economic question mark hangs over the whole theory of "value added"

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Don’t Wait Up For Dirty Uncle Sam

Canada can price carbon and win in business—without waiting for the United States to catch up

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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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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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Where Does Your Carbon Tax Dollar Go, Anyway?

Here's the Alberta carbon tax breakdown

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