The full court press against the Alberta government’s Climate Leadership Plan continued today as Postmedia business columnists Gary Lamphier and Claudia Cattaneo dutifully and uncritically weighed in on the latest report from the right-win… . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta Politics: Postmedia columnists and Fraser Institute team up to attack the Alberta’s climate change plan
Here is what energy industry executives, progressive advocates and opposition politicians had to say about the Royalty Review panel report released on Friday, Jan. 29, 2016: “Our new royalty framework recognizes the economic context of Alberta’s e… . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta Politics: They did what?! Reaction to the NDP Royalty Review from across the political spectrum
Pigs continued to fly in Alberta politics today as energy industry leaders and environmental groups joined Premier Rachel Notley and Environment and Parks Minister Shannon Phillips at a press conference to release Alberta’s much anticipated plan… . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta Politics: Who said what about the NDP’s ambitious Made-in-Alberta Climate Change Plan
Alberta’s new NDP government has taken steps to fulfill one of their key election promises by appointing a panel to ensure Albertans are receiving their fair share from their natural resource wealth through the royalty rates paid by the oil industry to the Alberta government. The… Continue Reading →
PHOTOS: Never mind the Opposition parties, guys like these want Alberta’s energy royalty review to get cracking right now! Below: CAPP President Tim McMillan, Wildrose Opposition Leader Brian Jean, Progressive Conservative Party Leader Ric McIver and NDP Labour Minister Lori Sigurdson. While Alberta’s New Democratic Party government has been pushing ahead with its plan to . . . → Read More: Alberta Politics: Now that CAPP’s president has called for quick energy royalty review, Wildrose and PC leaders can be expected to fall into line
TweetFall Legislative Session November 17, 2014 will mark the start of the first legislative session for new Premier Jim Prentice, Health Minister Stephen Mandel and Education Minister Gordon Dirks. The 43-year old governing Progressive Conservatives have promised to introduce new laws focusing on property rights and ‘ending entitlements’ for their MLAs. This will be Rachel . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: Alberta Politics Roundup – Eve of Fall Sitting
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There’s a few things to talk about, so let’s move on and get to talking.
We’ll start with the recent development on the . . . → Read More: Canadian Political Viewpoints: Saskatchewan Round-Up
Saskatchewan Minister of Energy and Resources Tim McMillan has seen fit to respond to last week’s column on Keystone XL and its connection to climate policy. But it’s well worth noting that McMillan’s argument looks to fall short on a few fronts.
Let’s start with the fact that McMillan doesn’t even pretend to refute my . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: The Education of Tim McMillan