Canada Carbon Tax decisions hurt Canadian jobs, even as Ottawa pats themselves on the back

Trudeau and Catherine McKenna are continuing to tell us how great the carbon tax is… and use Alberta as a prime example! Seriously! OTTAWA, April 30, 2018  – Ottawa to stop Carbon tax? Well don’t hold your breath! Ottawa is about to tell us how GREAT things are! From Catherine McKenna’s department in “Environment and Climate Change Canada”, the news was released: “Canadians know polluting isn’t free…..  New analysis by Environment and Climate Change Canada confirms

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Travel Tuesday/Wednesday – Canada energy news – Phoenix, AZ Edition

Canada energy news from around the world this week PARIS, April 17, 2018  – While in Paris, the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Catherine McKenna, met with France’s Minister for the Ecological and Inclusive Transition, Nicolas Hulot. During their meeting, Minister McKenna and Minister Hulot discussed the implementation of the Paris Agreement, the acceleration of investment in clean energy, and the importance of the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement and progressive trade. They will continue working together to advance

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Trudeau’s Ottawa “summit” does little to help Kinder Morgan hurdles — Protesters dig in their heels

Prime Minister Trudeau’s meeting with Premier Notley of Alberta and Premier Horgan of B.C. muddied the waters of options for Kinder Morgan on Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Trudeau sticks to claim the “pipeline will be built..” while simultaneously making the path to success at little bit more murky. Premier Notley has said Alberta may have to take a financial stake in the pipeline to see it through.  Trudeau says the same about Ottawa.  Does Kinder

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Trudeau meets with Notley and Horgan – Short on details, big on promises

Trudeau says pipeline isn’t about ‘punishing’ B.C., it’s about what’s in the national interest ‘The federal government has a responsibility to bring Canadians together,’ PM before leaving Lima. “B.C.ers and Albertans are not opponents; they are neighbours,” the prime minister said. “They are fellow countrymen and women who want the best for themselves and each other.” Between flights, Trudeau was a mixed bag of messages to the public, and possibly to the Premiers as he

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Calgary MP and MLA’s up for fight against Trudeau and Horgan in BC on TransMountain pipeline

Hon. Michelle Rempel, MP Town Hall – Calgary, AB April 12, 2018 It had been a while since I had been to a church gym… they have carpet… I’ve never understood why that’s the case, but it is.  It was packed.  Real packed.  Calgarians are pissed.  Real pissed.  Michelle Rempel is there to be someone to vent TO.. She nods in agreement, a lot! Of course she does. She’s angry too.  A brief schedule of

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