US boycott of Alberta oil sands spreads
Six Fortune 500 companies target bitumen; Albertans plan counter-boycott; Stelmach says CEOs fail to recognize government measures
For Petroleum News
Whether or not it is — as many government and industry leaders believe — a willful distortion of the facts for ulterior purposes, the spreading campaign against the Alberta oil sands is creating a siege mentality in the province.
It started with U.S. retail giants Whole Foods and Bed Bath & Beyond....
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