RESOURCES

Canadian heavy crude now costs less than the price paid to ship it Canadian heavy oil prices plunged to a new low on Friday that could force domestic oilsands sector to shut in production to survive...
Oil prices fell to a 17-year-low this morning but it could still plumb new lows as global demand evaporates. U.S. crude was trading 5.6 per cent lower at US$25.44 per barrel this morning, having earlier fallen...
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Canada is a nation unmoored from tradition and is frightened to recognize good ideas from its past. Every idea or policy must drive towards change, and not just any old change, it must be radical...
The whole point of reconciliation is to bridge Crown sovereignty with the ancient and complex laws and traditions of Indigenous communities Reconciliation is dead. Those were the words emblazoned on a mock Canadian flag that went up...
Study surveyed 2,000 children in the UK from the ages of eight to 16 The poll found one in five are having bad dreams about climate change Nearly 80% said the problem is very...
One in five children aged eight to 16 have nightmares about the state of the world. Here’s how adults can help What’s going to happen? Is everyone going to die? Questions that come up a bit...
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Strangling Canada’s resources and dividing its people destroys wealth and hope. Levelling is the endgame and onlys direction is down – Full Int. https://regwat.ch/3cj3ckR @CoastalGasLink @WexitAlberta #Wetsuweten #shutdownCanada #bcpoli #cdnpoli Released: March 3, 2020 Produced by: Brent...
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Radical environmental activists are hell-bent on destroying Canada’s resource economy, and they are winning. Hurt most are the people in isolated communities where projects once hoped to lift out of poverty, now lie dormant or...
A standoff in B.C. has escalated to railway blockades, protests and debate across the country about First Nations land rights and who has authority over natural resources. Here’s what you need to know The latest Coastal...
B.C. Premier John Horgan says a weekend deal between Wet’suwet’en Nation hereditary chiefs and the federal and provincial governments will not affect the construction of the natural gas pipeline in northern British Columbia that sparked...