Oh Canada – Protesters hang from Vancouver Bridge to honour Flag Diversity

Flags of all colours being waved across Vancouver Bridge today! Vancouver, July 3, 2018  –  In Honour of Canada Day being extended into week long celebrations, many people have taken to Ironworker Memorial Bridge in Vancouver to show their support for Flags! Canada is not the first to celebrate Flag Diversity. Sheldon

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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

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Travel Tuesday – Gas prices will continue to climb into Summer season – while media and governments point fingers

Vancouver reaches highest major city gas prices in North American history – Other major Canadian cities not immune Vancouver, May 1, 2018  – Happy 1st of May everyone! – No fools here, except All Canadians. It’s fun to point the finger at mainland Vancouver and laugh at the ongoing climb of

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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

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Travel Tuesday – Saskatchewan Budget Edition 2018 – There will be no Carbon Tax

Saskatchewan’s 2018 Budget was positively received, including some tough talk on Carbon Tax   REGINA – Finance Minister Donna Harpauer has tabled the 2018 Saskatchewan budget. She is also the MLA for Humboldt – Watrous. Before getting into her budget speech, a few poignant words. “Humboldt has suffered it’s most

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