14 February

Jason Kenney, leader of Alberta’s United Conservative Party. The UCP is widely expected to form the next government in the province. Canada’s oil sector may soon get a more combative advocate in the Alberta premier’s office. Voters in Canada’s top oil-producing province head to the polls in the next few months and are poised to […]

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14 February

Construction project issues at this copper mine in Chile triggered the Canadian firm’s second profit warning on Feb. 11. Bruce After celebrating the Feb. 6 opening of Montreal-based SNC-Lavalin Inc.’s new Europe headquarters in London, CEO Neil Bruce was headed to Saudi Arabia, where his firm continues to feel the chill of last summer’s diplomatic […]

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12 February

Jason Kenney, leader of Alberta’s United Conservative Party. The UCP is widely expected to form the next government in the province. Canada’s oil sector may soon get a more combative advocate in the Alberta premier’s office. Voters in Canada’s top oil-producing province head to the polls in the next few months and are poised to […]

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12 February

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe speaks at a pro oil and gas rally in Regina in January 2019. Image: Brian Zinchuk/Pipeline News REGINA — Legal experts, government officials and industry leaders will all watch this week as Saskatchewan and Ottawa head to court over the constitutionality of a federally imposed carbon tax. The federal government is […]

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11 February

C: facebook.com/unistoten/ The history of those who have fought Big Oil, whether it be in the Niger Delta, fracking in the UK, the Dakota Access Pipeline in the US, or the frozen forests of Canada, is that the industry and the state often uses violence and intimidation against protesters. It is two years this month […]

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11 February

Alberta UCP leader Jason Kenney. Image: Jason Kenney/Facebook Canada’s oil sector may soon get a more combative advocate in the Alberta premier’s office. Voters in Canada’s top oil-producing province head to the polls in the next few months and are poised to elect Jason Kenney, one of the country’s foremost conservative figures, as the new […]

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11 February

At this point, it has been made perfectly clear that the federal government of Canada, led by Prime Minister Trudeau and his puppetmaster, Gerald Butts , are determined to grind western Canada’s oil and gas industry to a halt. The list of liberal-strikes on this industry is extensive, and the reality is clear: they have […]

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10 February

A similar rally to the Grande Prairie oil and gas rally on December 16,2018 will be held in Lloydminster tonight. (104.7 2day FM/ Erica Fisher) Pro-energy sector rally aims to inform the community and give their voices an avenue to be heard on the oil and gas industry. The Support Canadian Oil and Gas Industry […]

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10 February

Pipelines crusader Vivian Krause has uncovered evidence of U.S.-based efforts to keep Alberta bitumen in the ground. Anyone in Canada who knows anything about the target on the back of Canadian oil and gas knows the name Vivian Krause . Everyone else should. Krause’s name has become synonymous with the fight against the concerted effort […]

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07 February

Washington Governor Jay Inslee SEATTLE – Washington Gov. Jay Inslee says his state shares concerns with British Columbia about the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion and will continue to voice its objections any way it can. Inslee made the comments at a joint news conference in Seattle on Thursday with B.C. Premier John Horgan, who is […]

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