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Chattering Classes Need to Change Their Anti-Energy Tune

Chattering Classes Need to Change Their Anti-Energy Tune

Canada’s chattering classes – who are often more accustomed to playing the sadly ineffectual dovish role – are rushing to prove their outrage over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and demonstrate their resolve to make Putin pay. However, these are often the same people...

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Clarifying Duty to Consult

Clarifying Duty to Consult

How can we achieve Indigenous economic reconciliation when the legal system perpetuates endless legal grievances and challenges?  Case in point is a recent court ruling in British Columbia that could have serious negative effects on developments in provinces that...

Manitoba Needs to Up its Mining Game

Manitoba Needs to Up its Mining Game

There is some good news for mining in Manitoba, but the province needs to reform its mining policies for the sector to thrive.  Despite some progress over the years, this province still has a hostile climate for investment and this needs to change.  Vale recently...

Put the Brakes on Senate Reform

Put the Brakes on Senate Reform

Canada needs to finally have a conversation about Senate reform before politicians and interest groups transform the institution without the participation of average citizens.  The federal government has introduced a bill in the Senate that would formally recognize...

Nee Sta Nan Energy Corridor is Win Win Win

Nee Sta Nan Energy Corridor is Win Win Win

Canada’s energy security is top of the news this week with the threatened closure of Line 5, a cross-border Canadian oil pipeline that has been operating since the 1950s. It supplies nearly half of the Ontario and Quebec market for light crude oil, light synthetic...