When President Trump was Donald Trump he seemed to get a lot of flack whenever he said Hillary Clinton gave Russia the U.S’s uranium. The only reaction I remember is a condescending reference to “Uranium One” being a Canadian company, without any mention of the fact that it is ” a wholly owned subsidiary of … More Doesn’t everyone talk to Russians?
On January 11, 2016 we marked the one-year anniversary of your Government’s announcement to operate the Pickering Nuclear facility to 2024. This will allow the facility to provide low-cost electricity to the people of Ontario with numerous benefits both in the Durham/Pickering Region and across Ontario. Pickering provides: Reliable power to 1.5 Million Homes a … More Nuclear Energy
Consternation about America’s, President Trump’s sympathies for Russia and Mr. Putin never includes mention of Russia’s and America’s cordial relationship in outer space. And though history means nothing in this age of math, science, surveys and unplagerized copy-cat online news headers, before the 1917 Russian revolution Russia and the U.S.’s relationship seemed more in line … More America, Europe, the Pacific and Energy
I just noticed that the post about Mr. George and Pen West that I wrote in August 2014 was viewed a couple of times this May 2016. For me its importance was that it was about the man who eliminated Canada’s crown corporation Petro Canada by purchasing it for Suncor. Part of the deal was for … More
Today is November 11, 2015 Last week the United States finally confirmed that it would not allow Canada’s pipeline company to build an oil pipeline from Canada through to the southern U.S.A. to transport Alberta Tar Sands oil , and even I felt that this might limit Canadian exports of oil, its largest commodity. Well … More Alberta Tar Sands
March 7, 2015 Yesterday when the temperature these days was on its way to near minus five degrees Celsius with rather clear skies, while snow pummeled and snarled lines of cars on roads in the U.S. south – said “the news” – I ventured out to my Lawrence East bus stop, a cool 15 minute … More March 6, 2015
A. The United States and Canada are crisscrossed by thousands of miles of oil and gas pipelines, but none have drawn the attention and political controversy of Keystone XL. Environmentalists oppose the project because it would create a conduit to market for petroleum extracted from the Alberta oil sands, an unconventional energy source requiring far more fuel, … More Canada’s Dirty Secret