November 2017, Vol. 244, No. 11

Features

No Plan B for Liberals on Energy

The cancellation of Energy East is the last of the big, nation-building pipeline decisions that resulted from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s forced transition to greener energy. It’s another area of the economy that Ottawa has badly mishandled. It’s based on an energy model for Canada that is a lousy fit for its geology, history, economy, and the competencies and desires of its people, particularly in Western Canada. It’s the reason why Calgary’s economy is dead when it should be humming with new activity amid rebounding oil prices and that unemployment in Alberta is so high it’s a national political embarrassment. Energy East died Oct. 5 after Ottawa expanded its regulatory review to inclu

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