What will follow LNG’s wild spot market?

Call it what you will: energy problem, energy shortage, energy crunch, energy crisis.  Media and social media have called it all of the above in ever-scarier headlines. Just be grateful you don’t live in a country that is badly affected, with the UK, the European Market, India and China prominent among them. Now add in …

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The Road to Reconciliation & Reconciliaction

Thursday Sept. 30 is a new federal holiday: the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation — billed by Ottawa as an opportunity to ‘recognize and commemorate the legacy of residential schools (through) a day of quiet reflection or participation in a community event.’ It’s also Orange Shirt Day, marked since 2013 to honour residential-school survivors and …

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Outreach: Reconciliation is in the air

The Alliance’s third outreach session on 29 July 2021 drew participants from BC and Alberta, and focused on local governments’ roles in economic reconciliation with First Nations. Here are condensed remarks from Mayor Dale Bumstead of Dawson Creek BC, himself a member of the Métis Nation, and Councillor Charlie Rensby of Burns Lake BC: Mayor …

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