Alberta’s energy minister says protests that have shut down pipeline hearings in Montreal are “disrespectful,” but acknowledges Alberta perhaps needs to do a better job of selling its message on pipelines out east. 182 more words
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Monday Action 8/29/16: Help our State to Ask Smart Energy Questions To Prevent Wrong Infrastructure Build-Up.
Use the information in the sample letter below for calling your State Senator or Representative or to copy and paste the text of the letter into your own email or letter to your Senator or Rep. 549 more words
Ever since requesting to participate last year, Denis Leclerc had been preparing what he was going to say when his turn finally came at the National Energy Board’s public hearings into TransCanada’s Energy East pipeline project. 1,059 more words
China is South Sudan’s last best hope. Given the interminable bloodletting and brutal fratricide that engulfs Africa’s youngest nation, and given the inability of the African Union and United States to broker an effective peace, intervention and assistance by China may provide South Sudan with its only viable lifeline. 700 more words
After all my recent posts about deploying a Kubernetes cluster to AWS the one step I still wanted to talk about is how you can deploy the Docker containers to a Kubernetes cluster using a bit of automation. 1,020 more words
There was great energy and discussion at the Town Hall consultation on climate change for residents of Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke on Tuesday evening August 16 at the Royal Canadian Legion in Eganville. 432 more words