Canada’s decision to abandon Kyoto Protocol also a factor in decision
Ottawa—Comments made by Opposition leader Thomas Mulcair in the U.S. last week were ridiculous and unhelpful, Alberta’s premier said Monday. Alison Redford is the latest leader to frame Mulcair’s D.C. visit as a poison dart aimed at the heart of…
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Study shuts door on notion hydrocarbons present from naturally eroding bitumen deposits
Both sides pointing to comments made by late Peter Lougheed on whether project should go ahead
State-owned firm reportedly has deal in place with Athabasca Oil Corp.
BC’s demands for bigger share of benefits shrugged off by Alberta.
Call for independent review now backed by 50 organizations.
Project aims to permanently store up to 1.2 million tonnes of carbon dioxide underground.
Run-up in commodity prices leading to uneven economy in Canada.