Bill C-48

11:13AM
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Tax breaks—not government ownership—to mitigate Ottawa’s harm

The Alberta government may take an ownership stake in future oil and gas development.


10:19AM
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Uncompetitive polices continue to hammer Canada’s energy sector

Ottawa’s federal carbon tax came into effect earlier this year at $20 per tonne.


3:10PM
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Senate committee rejects oil tanker ban

A spill of more than 10,000 tonnes is likely to occur once every 242 years.


9:23AM
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Alberta under siege in 2019

Ottawa’s Bill C-48 and Bill C-69 target Alberta’s energy sector.


9:40AM
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Oil opponents target tankers despite sparkling safety record

Bill C-48 includes a moratorium on most large oil tankers loading or unloading on Canada’s West Coast.


9:51AM
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Ottawa ignores the data, targets Alberta oil—again

Bill C-48 includes a moratorium of large oil tanker traffic off northern B.C.


10:48AM
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Bill C-48—another brickbat for Alberta’s oilsands

Asia’s demand for oil will increase to an estimated 6.6 million barrels per day in 2040.