Part I & II – Canada can lead Renewable Energy Industry AND make Pipeline progress

Part I – Solar Canada event happening in Calgary in June. CALGARY, May 24, 2018  – Solar Canada is Canada’s largest and most important solar energy conference and tradeshow. This year, the event will be taking place for the first time in Western Canada, on June 20-21 at the BMO Centre in Calgary, Alberta. Solar Canada is the Canadian Solar Industries Association’s (CanSIA) annual national conference and exhibition, welcoming an estimated 2,200 attendees and more than 80 exhibitors. In a statement today — CanSIA released the following statement: As

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Wind Wednesday – “Green” Energy Battery Storage Edition – Canada can be a leader!

Part I – In battle for “Green Energy” storage capacity, Canadian companies taking the lead in Batteries Vancouver, May 22, 2018  – Leading Edge Materials Corp. is pleased to advise that the Company shall be presenting on  Wednesday 23 May at an EU Battery Alliance event in Malmö, Sweden, held as part of Nordic Clean Energy Week.  Nordic Clean Energy Week is a high profile European event held in Sweden and Denmark, from the 21 May 2018, focusing on the environmental and financial opportunities

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Rachel Notley skips Western Canada Premier Summit – Pipeline her “only” priority

Rachel Notley defended her decision today to skip Western Premiers’ summit, a conference held in the Northwest Territories –  to stay in Alberta and work on getting the Trans Mountain pipeline built. Notley was scheduled this week to meet with B.C.’s John Horgan, a key opposition to Kinder Morgan, along with the premiers of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Nunavut, Northwest Territories and Yukon on Wednesday. The Deputy Premier will go instead. With 10 days remaining before Kinder

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Oil Sands Saturday – Alberta Oilsands being beaten up by BC, Al Gore… and now thanks to FAILED Liberal Lobbying… Alaska??

Alaska wants to slap the Alberta oilsands with 9 cents a barrel tax — for revenge The Canadian government was concerned about the pristine wilderness on the country’s Porcupine caribou herd, named for the river that spans its range into Alaska. So its embassy in Washington lobbied U.S. lawmakers to vote against the Republican bid to add a refuge-drilling measure to the tax-cut package. They lost the gamble. The tax cuts passed and drilling is

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First Nations Friday – Leaders met with Kinder Morgan as Pipeline looks to proceed

First Nations leaders meet with Kinder Morgan this week as pipeline looks closer to succeeding Calgary, May 11, 2018  – Chief Judy Wilson of the Neskonlith Indian Band (Secwepemc Nation) presented the resolution from the New York State common retirement fund that asks Kinder Morgan to issue an annual sustainability report that lays out the company’s environmental, social and governance risks, including risks to human rights and Indigenous communities. According to the UBCIC, the resolution passed with support

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