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Incredibly, negative oil prices are a thing.
Yes, producers are paying buyers to take the stuff off their hands.
Western Canadian Select plunged below US$5 Friday — that's less than a six-pack of toilet paper.
Canadian oil is trading at a mere US$9 per barrel.
Gas prices will be "roaring lower" in the coming weeks, but budget deficits will be doing the opposite.
Donald Trump calls it a "very big mistake."
Building more oil refineries right here in Canada can help ease the cycle of boom and bust.
Too much oil production isn't always a good thing.
This is happening even as Canadian crude sells at prices not seen in the oil markets since the 1990s.
Because apparently the industry can’t just do it on its own.