energy development

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Kenney government eyes sweeping reforms of energy industry

Bill-22 will provide much-needed certainty for future investment decisions.

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Carney’s climate plans may push oil/gas production from Canada to state-owned firms abroad

Meanwhile, countries with state-owned oil and gas companies such as Venezuela and Mexico will have another way to access capital.

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Trans Mountain decision comes at critical time for Canada’s energy sector

The Trudeau government’s proposed Bill C-69 and Bill C-48 will impose further barriers to energy development.

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The recent protests in New Brunswick against proposed hydraulic fracturing (fracking) has put a spotlight on the Elsipogtog (Elsi-book-took) First Nation, which has been extremely vocal in its opposition to proposed shale gas exploration. But however sincere these protests, they are ultimately misguided.

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Back in 2005, the Fraser Institute published a policy study examining the Ontario government's decision to shut down coal-fired power generation in the province.