Stop that (oil sands) thief!
Think tanks call for 5-year freeze to develop national policy; see U.S. military-industrial complex as drain on Canadian security
For Petroleum News
Oil sands royalties will pour about C$1.2 billion into Alberta government coffers in fiscal 2005-06, up 65 percent from the previous year, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers forecast.
And that figure is scheduled to make a quantum leap as more projects cover their construction costs and....
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Report calls for public inquiry
Canadian energy security a concern
Klein rejects claims
Alberta’s cash cow keeps delivering
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