Let us be clear: Europe and Ukraine do not need your gas. We need more clean, affordable, accessible and transparent energy policies, ones based on the best available science and technology — not on vested interests.
For all the talk about deficits, supply chains and other knock-on impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, oil and gas have applied the bulk of the inflationary pressure on both global economies and household budgets, writes columnist Max Fawcett.
The B.C. government has promised to save old-growth, yet giant 1,000-year-old trees continued to be cut down. “Talk and log,” an adage coined in the 1990s, returned to popular use and cynicism was everywhere.
After leading the Wildrose Party to defeat in a 2012 Alberta election and betraying her own caucus by crossing the floor to the governing Progressive Conservatives in 2014, Danielle Smith is taking one last kick at the can with her bid to become leader of the United Conservative Party.