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“Easy” Trump tariffs cast shadow over B.C. aluminum smelter

“Easy” Trump tariffs cast shadow over B.C. aluminum smelter

U.S. President Donald Trump fired the first shots in what could be a global trade war after promising to impose tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum. Canada, the biggest… Read more »

Who wins at the PDAC 2018 Convention?

Who wins at the PDAC 2018 Convention?

By Peter Kennedy Uranium has been the ultimate contrarian investment in recent years. But that hasn’t prevented NexGen Energy Ltd. [NXE-TSX, NYSE] from emerging as one of the prize winners… Read more »

One big asteroid could ruin the mining industry

One big asteroid could ruin the mining industry

The space race is on and the payoff is an untold cache of precious metals, large enough to completely dwarf the world’s biggest mining companies By Ian Madsen Senior Research… Read more »

Alberta Senator seeks Supreme Court ruling on Kinder Morgan pipeline dispute

Alberta Senator seeks Supreme Court ruling on Kinder Morgan pipeline dispute

Alberta-based Senator Doug Black is urging the Canadian federal government to refer the dispute over Kinder Morgan Canada’s [KML-TSX] stalled Trans Mountain pipeline expansion directly to the Supreme Court of… Read more »

Is Canada becoming a graveyard for major resource projects?

Is Canada becoming a graveyard for major resource projects?

By Peter Kennedy Kinder Morgan Canada’s [KML-TSX] stalled Trans Mountain pipeline twinning expansion has become a symbol of Canada’s inability to get major resource projects completed, says Senator Doug Black…. Read more »

Keystone XL approval errs on side of safety

Keystone XL approval errs on side of safety

One spill is too many but pipelines are much safer than rail for transporting oil By Kenneth P. Green, Elmira Aliakbari and Ashley Stedman The Fraser Institute State regulators in… Read more »

Attacks on hydraulic fracturing in B.C. defy settled science

Attacks on hydraulic fracturing in B.C. defy settled science

A public inquiry will simply play into the hands of those who oppose energy production in B.C., depriving the province of significant economic benefits By Ken Green Senior director Centre… Read more »

Pipeline opponents ignore risk of rail fatalities, contamination

Pipeline opponents ignore risk of rail fatalities, contamination

Those who fight pipelines and shrug at the higher risks of rail transportation are naive at best and deceitful at worst By Ian Madsen Senior Policy Analyst Frontier Centre for… Read more »

Another blow to pipeline projects in Canada

Another blow to pipeline projects in Canada

The NEB plans to judge a project on the greenhouse gas emissions of the people who produce the oil, as well as those who eventually consume it By Ken Green, … Read more »

Foundational policies can lead to bright future for Canadian mining

Foundational policies can lead to bright future for Canadian mining

As Canada’s Energy and Mines Ministers convene for their 74th annual conference, a national coalition of mining associations is recommending several government actions to help unlock billions of economic activity across… Read more »

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