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Staking out the moral high ground in the energy debate

Othering can help understand energy discourse in Canada – and its tension and polarization – in a sector where natural sciences sensibilities ought to prevail

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Show us Alberta’s plan to balance the budget

By placing its hopes on future revenue growth, the government is risking the province’s fiscal and economic health

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Alberta stuck on a dangerous spending treadmill

Notley’s NDP government is showing too much of Rob Rae’s spending mentality and not enough of Roy Romanow’s fiscal restraint

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A pipeline straight to political disaster?

Both B.C.’s Christy Clark, and Justin Trudeau now face some difficult choices when it comes to the Trans Mountain Pipeline

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Oil price instability a wakeup call for Alberta

The province’s undercapitalized and underperforming technology sector could, if adequately supported, deliver above-average returns for 20 or more years

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Why don’t Canadian fund managers invest in their own country?

Why do Canadian governments look for investment help abroad? And why won’t Canadian fund managers invest in homegrown projects?

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Dear Earls: your beef dilemma is already solved

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Dear Earls: your beef dilemma is already solved

Canadian cattle producers are justifiably proud of their humane treatment of their animals

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Premier Notley right to reconsider $15 minimum wage

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Too much at stake for Alberta workers to enter the “uncharted waters” of a $15 minimum wage without assessing the potential dangers

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