Canada’s new green giants
Alberta legislation could cost petroleum industry ‘hundreds of millions of dollars;’ sector on edge as it awaits federal regulations for greenhouse gas emissions
One half of a newly formed political tag team — Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach — flipped the petroleum industry on its back March 8, leaving Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper to apply a possible choke-hold later this month.
Answering the environmental cheerleaders sitting in the bleachers, thes....
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