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Marx’s dream is alive and well in Alberta

Think Alberta is all free-market mayhem? Think again >

Is Canada’s population really divided over energy production?

According a public opinion survey, Canadian's are more or less on the same page about energy and the Alberta oil sands >

Changes to Canada’s temporary foreign worker program could change “temporary” to “permanent”

The case for temporary foreign workers >

What does a Trump presidency mean for Alberta energy?

Trump casts himself as a hero to the energy sector, and markets seem to believe him >

Northern Gateway: a “missed opportunity” for nation-building project

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the Northern Gateway decision was made in the best interest of nearby communities. But if 31 First Nations and Métis groups lose out, was it really? >

Alberta, post-Trump

Alberta’s aggressive climate plan clashes with Trump’s climate-change denial >

Social license takes centre stage in the pipeline debate

For Canadian pipeline companies, traditional regulatory licensing is no longer enough to win approval. Stakeholders demand a social licence, too – and make them jump through hoops to get it >

Alberta’s Airbnb Effect

As the home-sharing service explodes in popularity, hotels take a hit. Should we use regulations to level the playing field? >

Chad Mielke, CEO of Peace Power, on the benefits of B Corps

There’s a new certification in town, and it might be worth a look for your business >

Not all First Nations oppose pipelines

At Calgary's Pipeline Gridlock conference, First Nations oil and gas producers dicussed the importance of balancing the environment and the economy >

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