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The upside of foreign ownership
It's a big bet on the maple leaf by a European company. Energy development in Canada ... Shell's base Athabasca oil sands project has recovered the cost of building it and is now producing oil for around US$30 a barrel. The recently completed expansion ...
Canada must act fast or miss LNG window: Shell CEO  National Post
Solar tech manufacturer Siliken shuts down Windsor plant
The exterior of the Siliken plant in Windsor, Ont. is seen on May 1, 2012. The company has announced it is closing its Windsor operations, laying off all its remaining employees at the facility on St. Etienne Drive.
Windsor Raceway
Following an announcement earlier this year to end a program that saw racetracks host slots gambling and then sharing the revenues with the track and horse owners, the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation commenced decommissioning the slots at ...
Koch Brothers' Political Activism Protects Their 50-Year Stake in Canadian ...
Geologist Ryan Morrison, who left Koch Exploration Canada in 2011, has written that he was directly involved in helping the company purchase two million acres of leases in Alberta's three primary oil sands regions of Athabasca, Cold Lake and Peace ...
How Obama Helped Authorize Shell's Drilling the Arctic
President Barack Obama personally helped Shell obtain authorization to drill for oil in Alaska, according to a 4,678 word front page article in the New York Times.
A Wealth of New Uranium Deposits Discovered around the World
The Athabasca basin of Canada hosts some of the world's largest and highest-grade uranium mines of similar aged rocks. Last week Fission Energy Corp. and its 50% joint venture partner ESO Uranium reported a significant anomalous radioactivity was ...
David Suzuki: the Climate Industry's Old Man of the Mountain
A good example of this technique is provided by the controversy over the discovery of a “mutant” fish near Lake Athabasca which, as University of Calgary economist Frank Atkins wrote, was jumped all over by “the David Suzuki crowd” (NP Posted, March 12 ...
Why Canada's Deal With China Could Produce A Boom In Uranium Explorers (URA ...
The fast growing nuclear industry has never been open to China and will create a boom in the Athabasca Basin for uranium explorers.
Interview: Polly Higgins, lawyer and campaigner
The Athabasca Sands are deposits of bitumen that spread for 141,000 sq km, centred around the oil town of Fort McMurray.
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