Stirring Canada’s pot in Parliament
Senators assert their role, calling for changes in legislation, changes that industry leaders describe as ‘critical’ to their future
for Petroleum News
Two bills before the Canadian Parliament that petroleum leaders have warned are “critical” to their industry’s future now face a head-on collision with the government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Both have gone through an unusually bumpy ride in the Senate, an appointed body that serves as the....
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