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MEG Energy CEO says oilsands new chapter is exciting, but Canada has to want it, too

An industry rebranding couldn’t come fast enough for Cody Battershill, founder of the Canada Action Coalition, a non-profit group that advocates for a more informed conversation about natural resources.

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Fact Checking

For the last few weeks we have been attempting to get a publication to check their facts. We will now post our correspondence that has been ignored multiple times.

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Greenpeace is a Menace to the World

"Greenpeace has now admitted that it engaged in "rhetorical hyperbole." It said in a court motion that its words about forest destruction "can be describing figurative, rather than literal destruction"

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Cody Appears on AM 980

Listen to Cody stand up for Canada's resource sector on the Andrew Lawton Show!

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Scientists love calling the oil sands effects 'toxic,' but their evidence shows no such thing

Warren Kindzierski: A scientist overusing the word in the media is doing nothing more than attempting to scare the public about unproven impacts

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Silence Surrounding Oilsands Report Follows Familiar Pattern

The “go-to” model for so-called balanced inquiries into industrial projects these days is the joint industry / environmental co-chairmanship.

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"Making and Moving Canada's Energy"

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Trans Mountain Has Social Licence

The Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project has clearly achieved what many call "social license"

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Pipeline delays, carbon tax 'haven’t helped' attract investment: Former Suncor CEO

“Canadian policymakers need to prove to investors that Canada is serious about doing what it takes to keep the domestic energy sector competitive”

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Check Us Out in the National Post

When environmental activists claim they speak for everyone, and that they represent all sides of every issue, they’re just wrong.

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