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Canada’s rising carbon tax and the supreme court
(April 1, 2023) The expansion of federal control over the economies of resource-rich provinces will ensure those provinces, and all Canadians, will lose out through escalating energy prices that increase the cost of living generally.
Posted in Energy Probe News, Fossil Fuels Tagged Andrew Roman, carbon tax, gas, Impact Assessment Act, Oil, Supreme Court of Canada Leave a comment
Ottawa is committing suicide
(June 24, 2022) Will Ottawa be the first capital city to die a woke death?
Russia, Ukraine, NATO: What now?
(June 13, 2022) In every war the first casualty is always the truth.
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All that glitters isn’t green. Or renewable.
(February 3, 2022) “Green” is used as a political obedience button. We are expected to agree, without closely examining proposed laws and policies. After all, how could it be bad if it’s green? We are not expected to ask “green in … Continue reading
COPOUT26 — Face, farce and fiction, from Greta to Trudeau to Modi
There is no way to remove fossil-fuel emissions from the world without causing economic chaos.
Posted in Alternative Energy, Clean Coal, Climate Change, Coal, Costs, Benefits and Risks, Fossil Fuels Tagged China, climate, COP26, fossil fuels, net zero Leave a comment
Planet Earth is healthier than ever, thanks to global warming
C02, while a blessing to Earth’s ecology, has been a curse to Earth’s economy.
The Texas power failure and what to do about it
Unpacking the Texas power outage and how to avoid similar in future. Legal expert Andrew Roman breaks down what happened and how to increase reliability.
Posted in Costs, Energy Probe News, Fossil Fuels, Pipelines, Utility Reform Tagged Andrew Roman, electricity, power failure, reliability, Texas 2 Comments
Alberta’s winning hand
A principled leader would deliver sovereignty, or a Fair Deal within Canada.
That pipeline again
(February 7, 2020) What’s the difference between the 2018 Federal Court of Appeal decision to quash federal approval of the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion and the FCA’s 2020 decision to uphold cabinet’s approval of the project? The heroes and villains have changed places. Read between the lines with legal expert Andrew Roman. Continue reading
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Pan-Canadian Expert Collaboration, Phase Two
(November 13, 2019) A look at the experts behind the collaboration. Continue reading
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