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April 2017 Issue

Carbon Corner: Carbon Taxes The Last Fad...

A Fad Diet is a stylish diet that promises quick weight loss through what is usually an unhealthy and... Read More »

March 2017 Issue
Carbon Corner: “If You’re Going Through Hell Keep Going”

Carbon Corner: “If You’re Going Through Hell...

The Canadian energy sector’s long, hard push through the recent extended market downturn will go down... Read More »

February 2017 Issue

Carbon Corner: Double Dividend Or Green Paradox

Most people I talk to have never heard of ‘carbon leaks’, which is when carbon policy just causes... Read More »

January 2017 Issue
Carbon Corner: Climate Leadership Or Wealth Redistribution?

Carbon Corner: Climate Leadership Or Wealth Redistribution?

The Alberta government sponsored commercials proclaiming a “new future” aim to incentivize us to... Read More »

December 2016 Issue

Carbon Corner: Can We Trump The Status...

As 2017 approaches, the Canadian oil and gas industry is part of the national conversation like few... Read More »

November 2016 Issue

Carbon Corner Doubling Down The Coal And...

Even before the ink has dried on the U.S. federal election, our federal government is doubling down on... Read More »

October 2016 Issue

Notley Trudeau Wall. The 3 Legged Carbon...

It’s been just over a year since the NDP was elected to a majority government under leader Rachel... Read More »

October 2016 Issue

More Canada Not More Carbon Tax

We can afford to be generous. Canada is blessed to be the second largest country in the world with a... Read More »

February 2016 Issue
Striking A Balance

Striking A Balance

Let’s get some facts out of the way before getting too deeply into this discussion. Science is science no matter what any actor, producer, or politician tries to tell you. The absolute bottom line is man is tough on our planet! The... Read More »

December 2015 Issue
Climate Change? Really?

Climate Change? Really?

Well, the conference for climate change in Paris ended on December 11, and what, if anything, will this have accomplished, aside from taxpayer-funded trips, meetings that rehash many of the same issues as in previous conferences, and... Read More »