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Category: Tar Sands Campaign

Tzeporah – Her Freedom of Speech Prevails, Despite Her Lack of Facts

Op-ed Contributed by Michelle Stirling ©2019

In the Aug. 6, 2019, National Observer, reporter Juliet O’Neill thinks that the Alberta government has launched a campaign to silence Tzeporah Berman.  I … Continue reading

Markham Hislop Plays Softball with Tides Canada

Op-ed contributed by Michelle Stirling © July 2019

On June 23, 2019, Markham Hislop did another deep dive interview on the Tar Sands Campaign, trying to demonstrate it is all … Continue reading

Tar Sands Campaign – Dec. 9, 2010 – Ezra Levant

Republished with permission of FCPP Original © Dec. 9, 2010

LINK to original FCPP post: https://fcpp.org/2010/12/09/ezra-levant-lawyer-journalist-and-political-activist/

As the Tar Sands Campaign has become newsworthy, a number of media commentators (… Continue reading

Debunking Markham Hislop on Tar Sands Campaign

By Michelle Stirling © 2019

These are my personal opinions.

Markham Hislop recently wrote an article which appears to claim that Vivian Krause has come up with a conspiracy theory Continue reading

Trans Mountain Pipeline Aboriginal Consultations: How Much Is Enough?

Contributed by Robert Lyman © 2019

Robert Lyman is an Ottawa energy policy consultant. He was formerly a public servant for 27 years and a diplomat for 10 years prior Continue reading

Facts on Tankers Show No Need for Ban. Because it’s 2019.

By Michelle Stirling © 2019

In an April 18, 2019, op-ed in the Globe and Mail, David Anderson invites us to enter his time machine and return to the … Continue reading

Rebutting Yahoo Finance: Canadian Oil Sands Stocks Alive and Well – Despite Exxon’s (NYSE:XOM) as yet Projected Production Cost Targets

by Robert Lyman and Michelle Stirling ©2019

On March 18, 2019, in Yahoo Finance, Ryan Vanzo filed a report claiming Exxon’s production target costs meant Canadian oil sands stock were … Continue reading

Manufacturing a Climate Crisis

How Tax-subsidized, Foreign-funded ENGOs Impact the Canadian Economy

“Big Oil’s problem isn’t international philanthropy – it’s a changing market in the face of climate change.” Jessica Clogg, WCEL

“We celebrated Continue reading

POLITICAL RISK AND THE TRANS MOUNTAIN PIPELINE EXPANSION

A new report contributed by Robert Lyman © 2018, Ottawa energy policy consultant and former public servant, who also spent 10 years as a diplomat.

POLITICAL RISK AND THE TRANS

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