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Editorial: Energy East pipeline will replace Saudi oil

Everybody is getting in on the act these days.

The premiers of Ontario and Quebec have joined B.C.’s game of making ludicrous demands before they “allow” oil from Alberta and Saskatchewan to run through a pipeline across their provinces. 511 more words

Jim Prentice

Opinion: For Alberta's premier, the Energy East pipeline will be a tough sell in the east — as well it should be

Alberta Premier Jim Prentice is visiting Quebec and Toronto this week to try to sell the Energy East pipeline to his counterparts.

Like a Lincoln Town Car salesman who has just noticed that people are hanging out at the Tesla showroom, he is coming to get the eastern premiers to focus on the plush velour and 8-track deck and ignore the 450 cubic inch gas guzzling engine. 573 more words

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Dirty tricks on both sides of the pipeline debate — and environmentalists have led the way

TransCanada Corp. is cutting its ties with Edelman, the United States-based public relations firm that recommended using aggressive tactics to win public support for its proposed Energy East pipeline project. 831 more words

Energy

TransCanada, PR firm cut ties over Energy East campaign concerns

A Canadian pipeline company will no longer work with a controversial U.S. public relations firm on the Energy East proposal after leaked documents raised concerns about suggested tactics. 593 more words

Energy

TransCanada, PR firm cut ties over Energy East campaign concerns

A Canadian pipeline company will no longer work with a controversial U.S. public relations firm on the Energy East proposal after leaked documents raised concerns about suggested tactics. 593 more words

Energy

The Rapist and The Warrior: Two Archeytpes showing themselves in the collective at this time

As a student of Archetypes and symbols, two major archetypes are up for me this week: The Rapist and The Warrior. The news has been full of stories about Rape. 1,732 more words

The World According To Velvet

Gaz Métro's Sophie Brochu takes on TransCanada pipeline plan

It’s not often the chief executive of a prominent company will criticize another company in public, much less a supplier on whom it depends.

Such differences are usually aired behind closed doors. 1,530 more words

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