April 2022, Vol. 249, No. 4


European Markets Looking to Canada, but More Pipe Needed First

By Jeff Awalt, Executive Editor  When Justin Trudeau became Canada’s prime minister in 2015, the Syrian civil war had reached its violent peak and refugees were streaming across the Atlantic. Speaking to the United Nations General Assembly for the first time a few months later, he pledged a new level of international engagement on migrant issues, economic disparity and environmental action.  “We’re Canadian, and we’re here to help,” Trudeau told the enthusiastic crowd. As millions of refugees flee Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the West seeks alternatives to Russian oil and gas, Canada’s energy industry is calling on Trudeau’s government to live up to that 2016 promise with policies tha

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