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One of the world’s largest oil companies touts a green image, but pays up to $1.3 million to the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers.
The PM says new measures are expected in "coming days or week."
Western Canadian Select plunged below US$5 Friday — that's less than a six-pack of toilet paper.
Premier Jason Kenney called the situation “uncharted territory” on Monday.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney said he was “delighted” that all premiers agreed on the request.
Jason Kenney’s government is soliciting public information on "anti-energy campaigns."
There are better ways to fund a transition away from fossil fuels.
The province's bygone boom times were based on oil royalties, and little else.
The multibillion-dollar question: where does our economic future lie?