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Tim Hortons puts Tims TV under review following Enbridge ad controversy
The conflict showed the potential dangers of a brand as recognizable as Tim Hortons selling ad space to companies that could anger its customers.
The Canadian Press
Jul 27th, 2015
Energy experts take issue with Harper's G7 carbon pledge
Environmental academics question the value of Harper's commitment to go carbon-free after years of federal climate change failures.
Jun 9th, 2015
Tim Hortons drops Enbridge ads following Twit-storm
The power of social media was seen today when Tim Hortons bowed to public pressure to yank its Enbridge ads from screens in 1,500 locations
Jun 4th, 2015
Ottawa alters climate targets, but protects oil sands
The federal environment minister Leona Aglukkaq announced a plan to cut greenhouse gases that does not include actions against the oil sands —the largest source of Canada's climate warming...
May 15th, 2015
Royal Dutch Shell bids billions for major player in LNG Canada
THE HAGUE, Netherlands — Royal Dutch Shell has agreed to buy British gas producer BG Group for the equivalent of US$69.7 billion in cash and stock, a move that could strengthen Shell's position in...
The Canadian Press
Apr 8th, 2015
Koch company buys up more oil sands licenses in Canada
Koch Oil Sands Operating ULC is buying up more licenses in Alberta's oil sands, Oilsands Review reported today. "Bulletin records show that 15 licences were issued on March 3, 2015, for...
Mar 12th, 2015
Napoleon, carbon pricing and the cost of uncertainty in Canada
What would a $30/ton price on carbon in 2016 mean for Canada’s fossil fuel exports, and for the national economy? The answer: serious changes.
Mar 11th, 2015
Energy East too close for comfort for Manitoba farmer
“The NEB intervener status process in my opinion is completely anti-democratic," says Manitoba organic farmer and pipeline opponent Louise May.
Mar 10th, 2015
How Harper's disastrous diplomacy crushed Keystone XL
President Obama's veto of the Keystone XL pipeline bill is nothing less than a devastating indictment of Stephen Harper's foreign policy.
Feb 25th, 2015
Making a just transition: op-ed
The steady stream of bad news from Alberta's oil patch is a potent reminder of the boom-and-bust nature of being a resource commodity exporter. It's a story deeply understood in Canada's resource...
Jan 29th, 2015