That should make Alberta happy. New Brunswickers? I don’t know. I saw the ad last night and I was taken aback. I knew he supported the pipeline but to give a lengthy commercial on t.v, at the cost of $90,000.00, he has taken it on another level. He is sold out to big oil companies. . . . → Read More: LeDaro: Premier David Alward’s ad. promoting Alberta oil pipeline
After three major spills in Alberta occurred over the span of one month, questions are surfacing regarding the integrity of the province’s aging pipeline infrastructure. Last week, a collective of more than 50 organizations from Alberta called upon Premier Alison Redford to initiate an independent inquiry of pipeline safety.
In . . . → Read More: DeSmogBlog: Albertans Seek Pipeline Safety Investigation, Launch Spill Tipline
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After a Plains Midstream Canada pipeline spilled between 160,000 and 480,000 liters of oil into Jackson Creek near the Red Deer River in Alberta this month, premier Alison Redford called the incident “an exception.”
Yet, as Greenpeace climate and energy campaigner Mike Hudema reports, this spill comes as . . . → Read More: DeSmogBlog: Greenpeace Clean Energy Billboard Rejected by Pattison