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Tight Oil, Canada’s Pipeline Capacity & The Trans Mountain Pipeline’s Feasibility

By Roy L Hales

Last March I interviewed internationally recognized energy expert David Hughes at his home on Cortes Island. Publication of this story was delayed, in part, because of a six minute segment in which he discussed some of the issues raised in his newly published report Will the Trans Mountain Pipeline and Tidewater Access Boost Prices and Save Canada’s Oil Industry? However we touched upon a wide range of subjects, including Tight Oil, Canada’s Pipeline Capacity & the Trans Mountain Pipeline’s feasibility.

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New Poll Shows Conservatives Third

By Roy L Hales

According to the two NDP MPs who crossed the floor to the Green Party, Thomas Mulcair would be as much of a dictator as Harper. The Greens are the only party that embrace the idea MPs should follow the wishes of their constituents in preference to the party line. Yet Mulcair is increasingly looking like the man who will be Canada’s next Prime Minister. With 62 days left until the election, a new poll shows Conservatives third.

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The Green Candidate for Powell River – North Island

By Roy L Hales

It has been two and a half years since Brenda Sayers came to national attention, as the leader of the “Hupacasath’s” court challenge of the Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (FIPA) with China. Sayers agrees they were leading the fight, but it was really a people’s struggle for all Canadians. They were not able to stop the Harper Government from making a secret deal which she says, “gives another country control over our resources, our labor laws and how how we protect our environment.” In the process, Sayers came into contact with Elizabeth May and the Green Party. Now she is the Green Candidate for Powell River – North Island.

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