From your truncated and luke warm denunciation of Elizabeth May, I am surmising that the intellectual protection of $5 bbl oil is not worth the trouble.
The third element at the root of Alberta’s economic troubles, which recent reports have overlooked, reaches back in years.
"Whatever has happened elsewhere is what we're barreling towards," Jacobs said.
Alberta faces strong headwinds, but don't count her out yet.
Canadian-based oil company stocks have fallen over 50 per cent in the last six days.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ase3V6b128c In this episode of The Pipeline, Paul, Derek and Dave discuss the very latest developments with the COVID-19 pandemic, including analysis of media and government...
Russia's Finance Ministry said on Monday that the country could manage $25-$30/barrel prices for six to 10 years.
As the outbreak of coronavirus COVID-19 takes hold across the globe, impacts to trade have been noticeable but the greatest threat to the Alberta budget came...
Alberta can now rely on next to zero oil revenue if these prices hold up, and the budget on which it is based, is entirely shot.
If every dollar lost on oil prices equates to $200-$355 million in revenue losses for the province, it equates to a potential $4 -$7 billion-dollar loss...