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What B.C. needs is more energy

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What B.C. needs is more energy
Written by: Lori Ackerman, The Vancouver Sun September 24, 2013 Read more

Why B.C. needs to ‘get to yes’ on major resource projects

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Why B.C. needs to ‘get to yes’ on major resource projects

Opinion: A minority’s pushback is threatening our future

Written by: John Winter, Special to the Vancouver Sun August 16, 2013

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The world will not wait for Canada’s oil

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The world will not wait for Canada’s oil

Written by: Sherry Cooper, The Globe and Mail on August 06, 2013

Building oil pipelines to bring Canadian product to market is in many ways a no-brainer. Read more

Canada can sell oil and be green at the same time

Opinion: Canada can sell oil and be green at the same time

By Robert Deane, www.thespec.com July 27, 2013

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Counterpoint: Proposed pipeline a barrier or a benefit?

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Opinion: Challenged to get a ‘Yes’ in the West 

By Gerry Martin, Special to The Vancouver Sun July 3, 2013 Read more

Point: Safe passage for tankers?

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Opinion: Claims that B.C. waters will become unsafe if oil and gas projects are OK’d are groundless

By Stephen Brown, Special to The Vancouver Sun

June 18, 2013

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Benefits of Northern Gateway Pipeline for B.C.

 

 

Pipeline would bring boom for B.C.
Necessity of fossil fuel supply – and economic benefits – outweighs fears raised by environmental protesters

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Extracting oil shale: oil is here to stay

Oil is here to stay

Extracting oil shale can provide Israel energy security, if done in environmentally friendly manner, expert says.

By: Sharon Udasin in The Jerusalem Post
July 26, 2012

While people must dramatically change their behaviors to reduce their negative impact on the environment, oil is a critical energy source that will be here to stay for the foreseeable future, according to a prominent Canadian environmentalist. Read more

On Patrick Moore: why the anti-nuclear activist defected

On Patrick Moore: why the anti-nuclear activist defected

Why did anti-nuclear activist defect?

By Kim Tae-gyu
March 15, 2012

From the perspective of Greenpeace activists, Patrick Moore is a traitor. He went from being a proactive antagonist of nuclear energy to an avid proponent of the “risky” energy source.

The long-time environmental leader, who was a centerpiece in establishing Greenpeace as the world’s largest environmental activist organization, says he had plenty reasons to do so. Read more

A-listers are misinformed about Canadian oil

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A-listers are misinformed about Canadian oil

Stars out of alignment in Tinsletown

A-listers preaching against tightly regulated Canadian oil are supporting exploitive regimes in Iran, Venezuela

BY PATRICK MOORE,
SPECIAL TO THE VANCOUVER SUN
JANUARY 9, 2012

Anti-pipeline celebrity campaigners Kevin Bacon and Robert Redford are soon to be joined by green activist Leonardo DiCaprio as the Natural Resources Defense Council ramps up its $95-million-per-year disinformation machine to shut down the Northern Gateway oil project. Read more