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TMX moves ahead while the rest of the world electrifies. Image: Facebook
David J. Climenhaga | The world will likely still need some Alberta bitumen -- to repair the roads on which all those electric vehicles will go whizzing around.
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David J. Climenhaga | The "Asian premium" and "tidewater premium" for Alberta bitumen are myths spread by governments and pipeline proponents, argues earth scientist David Hughes.
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David J. Climenhaga | Maybe higher oil prices will be back soon, but the realities of the market, and the realities of the biosphere, won't be changed by the ideology of capitalism.
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Karl Nerenberg | Alberta Premier Rachel Notely was more than happy with Justin Trudeau's approval of the Kinder Morgan project. Tom Mulcair, B.C. NDP leader John Horgan, and many others reacted very differently.
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Pentagon Is Freaking Out - Aren't You?
Daryn Caister | The Pentagon wants to anticipate and control social unrest. There are two main points to glean here, firstly why they are suddenly so concerned, and how they are going about using this research.
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Alberta & The Leap Manifesto
Christopher Majka | The Leap Manifesto jumped into the political spotlight when it was adopted by the federal NDP and rejected by the Alberta NDP. Can middle ground be found?
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Adam Scott | The Energy East pipeline would threaten the drinking water of more than 5 million Canadians.
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Gordon Laxer | In today's excerpt from Gordon Laxer's After the Sands: Pipelines were once thought of as merely ways to convey oil and natural gas. No longer. They now convey controversy.
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Adam Scott | An important reminder of how misleading the oil industry's promises about safety are.
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Christina Gray | In a report that is the first of its kind, the Tsleil-Waututh First Nation evaluate Kinder Morgan's expansion proposal according to their principles and say no.
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Adam Scott | Energy East could only connect to three oil refineries across its entire route. But, by the time Energy East can be built, these refineries would already be fully supplied with oil from other sources.
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Stephen Harper in the Tar Sands
Christopher Majka | Despite Stephen Harper's claim that going to war in Iraq is about "doing our part" it appears the real motivation of the caper is a final desperate attempt to secure American approval for Keystone XL.