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TransCanada says pipeline delays costing Alberta billions

Canada’s biggest pipeline company says Alberta is losing billions of dollars on its daily production of bitumen.

TransCanada claims it’s due to stalled projects and denial of access to world markets, where Alberta oil could be sold for a higher price. 197 more words


Rachel Notley says Washington trip a success as she touts Alberta climate change plan

EDMONTON – Premier Rachel Notley says she made inroads in Washington, D.C., when she explained Alberta’s climate change plan.

“My message everywhere was the same, that Alberta is now one of the world’s most responsible energy producers, that we are an extremely attractive place to do business, and that we hope to be a valued partner in driving green and value-added technologies,” said Notley in a conference call with reporters Friday. 410 more words


Trudeau signs Paris climate treaty at UN, says 'Canada's efforts will not cease'

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau joined world leaders Friday to help formally ratify a global treaty on climate change.

Putting his signature to the Paris accord was the easy part. 693 more words


Keystone Pipeline Resumes Operations After Oil Spill

After more than a week of being shut down due to an oil spill in southeastern South Dakota, TransCanada Corp. has restarted operations on the Keystone 1 pipeline at reduced rates. 433 more words

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TransCanada resumes oil shipments through Keystone Pipeline after leak

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – TransCanada Corp. has resumed sending oil through the Keystone Pipeline after a weeklong shutdown prompted by a leak and oil spill in southeastern South Dakota. 106 more words


Design + Social Justice = Propaganda

Given that this is a graded blog, I don’t want to severely denigrate anyone, but with that said, I see very little difference between someone who says voter fraud doesn’t exist and a rapper that thinks the earth is flat.   683 more words


Book Review: Trespassing Across America

A new book by author Ken Ilgunas comes out this month.  It’s called, Trespassing Across America – One Man’s Epic Never Before Done (and Sort of Illegal) Hike Across the Heartland.   299 more words