Berman’s views have evolved from sustainable development to “steady extinguishment” of the oilsands.
New refineries don’t get built very often in North America anymore.
The Notley government’s failure to restrain spending is quickly growing Alberta’s debt burden.
The oil price differential is largely due to Canada’s lack of transportation capacity and restricted market access.
Proposed legislation would radically revise the process of environmental assessment for major infrastructure projects including pipelines.
The number of people needing “hampers” from the food bank increased by more than 50 per cent.
Oil price discount recently reached nearly 60 per cent.
The last provincial budget estimated the government will run deficits until 2023/24.
The Notley government increased spending by nearly 13 per cent over is first two full fiscal years in office.
If investors can fetch a higher after-tax return by investing in Ontario over Alberta, there’s a good chance they will.