Canada’s tar sands, located mostly in the province of Alberta, represent some of the world’s largest proven oil reserves. The billions of barrels of commercially recoverable bitumen lie beneath near pristine boreal forests, covering thousands of square kilometres. 1,094 more words
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The dangerous and destructive Alberta tar sands project may be in jeopardy economically because of falling oil prices, the Washington Spectator reported.
An end to the project would be good news, but the desperate struggles of the dying industry to survive by any means necessary could cause even more damage before it disappears. 405 more words
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“On March 3rd, the Royal Bank of Canada will hold its annual general meeting of shareholders’ at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. It’s the one time every year that the bank’s top executives, board and other decision makers gather in the same place to hear from shareholders.