The most baseless of cases — especially if they involve the words 'Indigenous' and 'environment' — can tie up business for years
It is a key weapon in the supposedly inevitable 'transition to a low-carbon economy.' As such it represents a particular threat to Canada
What brand of sado-masochism would lead Albertans to give 'a rock star welcome' to the man significantly responsible for the desperate state of the Canadian oil industry?
Forcing the adoption of expensive and unreliable energy destroys jobs (see Alberta) and exacerbates poverty in poor countries
PG&E has been the very model of climate concern. Fat lot of good it seems to have done them
If anybody wants to cite government success in promoting energy innovation, then a balanced perspective should also cite its myriad failures
This report should be profoundly embarrassing to the government of Justin Trudeau
The conference seems to represent what might be described as ‘post-normal law.’ It is the law of taking sides
If one of the objectives of the new Post was to get rid of the Liberal government, I had solid credentials
Justin Trudeau’s Liberals are about to undertake their first significant piece of energy nationalization in three decades, and it’s going to be ugly. Their imminent $4.5-billion takeover of ...