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Greenhouse gas emissions from Canadian oil sands production falling

IHS Markit report says that over the last eight years, emissions fell 21% and it predicts further future improvements

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An epic journey, then and now

The Great Depression was a devastating time. The unemployment rate was at an all-time high

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Looking after those who look after us

There are 658,000 war vets in Canada, countless police and firefighters. Thank them for their service

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Alberta to lead the country in economic growth this year

Nationally, RBC says the economy is expected to grow 2.1% this year and 2.0% next year

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Trans Mountain shoe is now firmly on Trudeau’s foot

As proud owners of this stinking mess, Trudeau and Morneau are going to find out first-hand the challenges the oil and gas industry has had to face over the years

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Alberta leads the way in production of crude oil

The year-over-year increase in total production of crude oil in June was driven by non-upgraded crude bitumen: StatsCan

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Canada’s crude oil profit margin is being railroaded

Shipping crude by rail means lost revenue for oil producers and hampers the broader Canadian economy

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Drilling contractors remain resilient, optimistic

Mark Scholz of CAODC says the organization’s members remain committed to the oil and gas industry

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Trans Mountain pipeline hurdles never end

The long, convoluted path to rejection demonstrates an approval process that is fundamentally flawed on so many levels

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LNG Canada a win for consumers, workers, business, environment

Canada has been late to fully capitalize on the potential, based on high export prices and the desperate demand for clean fuel

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