This time, it's a study from SFU arguing that TMX isn't economically viable. Here's why it's just as wrong as all the other ones.
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My conversation with Michael Berends from ClearBlue Markets
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The Premier's "Fight Back Strategy" has endured a string of embarrassing defeats lately, but this one takes the cake. Also: I subject myself to a Suits…
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When it comes to climate change, the Fraser Institute always misses the mark. This time, they managed to outdo themselves
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One last dive into the increasingly ridiculous Bigfoot fiasco, along with a few words on India's ambitious net-zero pledge and the IEA's bearish oil…
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Plus a silly op-ed from (where else?) Postmedia, a terrible attempt to push back against divestment, and the great promise of green hydrogen in Quebec
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The only question left: is this incompetence intentional or just another example of Hanlon's Razor in action?
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Some thoughts on Seth Klein's book and why it sends the wrong message to those who care about good climate policy
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The news side of the Canadian media giant may have seen the light on the energy transition, but the opinion side is still very much stuck in the dark
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FedEx goes net-zero by 2040, Volvo kills the non-electric car by 2030, and cleantech entrepreneurs in the US get a powerful new ally with a $40 billion…
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Why innovation cuts both ways for oil and gas enthusiasts, plus more so-called friends doing more harm than good and some fair questions for Vivian…
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Why an oil industry spokesperson ran away from an interview, how the Allan Inquiry chose its experts, and more proof that your next vehicle will…
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