A National Energy Strategy for Canada: Current Opportunities and Challenges

Leonardo Tovar You’ve probably heard this argument many times. The U.S. needs energy resources. Canada has the human capital and physical infrastructure to deliver them cost-efficiently. Let the market do its job and Canada benefits from its trade surplus with its southern neighbour. What about the environment, you say? Well, according to the Federal government, […]

Is it time for a national energy discussion?

Caitlin Schulz In 2010, the Canada West Foundation published a report calling for a national energy strategy to be influenced by Western Canada. Typically, when the terms “national” and “energy” are used together, what results are snide and scathing remarks from Western Canadians who remember Pierre Elliot Trudeau’s flawed and alienating National Energy Program. However, […]