Month: June 2019

June 21, 2019

Tar, TMX and Trudeau: Leave It In The Ground, Please

The world needs an aggressive plan with ALL countries designed to mitigate the volume of carbon that we are producing. That means Canada has to have a plan. Unfortunately, the Trudeau Liberals have green-lighted the TMX pipeline (again), backsliding on any real commitments we have to get off carbon. Just a few days after, the Senate declared that a moratorium on shipping tar from BC […]

June 18, 2019

Decarbonization & TMX

Today, Canadians will be told whether or not the controversial TMX pipeline will be allowed to proceed. If the answer is yes, we institutionalize the reliance of heavy tar production from Alberta. This increase in production will send us in a direction of carbon production that the rest of the country will not be able to counter-balance. I believe our reliance on the tar sands […]

June 16, 2019

The Real Con

The Con Game continues. It’s time to know who your bedfellows are as the 2019 federal election looms.