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Natural Resources

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The historical record suggests that sharp declines in oil prices are followed by substantial price recovery.


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If a carbon tax is implemented, it will likely be on top of the extensive regulation Canadians already face.


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Enbridge won the support of the majority of aboriginal groups along the path of the pipeline.


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Royalty revenues from bitumen production were projected to reach only $1.5 billion in 2015-16 compared with $5.0 billion during the preceding year.


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Report mostly an anti-development manifesto that says little about the health or breadth of Canadian parks and protected areas.


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The CPP tax increase is just one of many tax increases imposed by the new federal government on middle-income Canadians.


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Article notes fast-growing demand for energy from countries in the developing world.

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Consumers will pay $9.2 billion more for renewables under the current plan than Ontario’s previous program.


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IEA report eschews revolutionary “all renewables” language and talks about energy production that is less polluting.


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Agreement includes a continued obsession with electric cars.

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