Being flexibly inflexible
Alberta won’t shift from Jan. 1 for higher royalties; will discuss economic strains
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The Alberta government won’t budge from its plan to impose higher royalties in two months, despite a nosedive in resource prices and reports pointing to a sharp decline in natural gas production and revenues.
Energy Minister Mel Knight said the province will stay the course, scuttling any industry h....
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