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Oil & Environment in Alberta - Finding the Balance

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Join us for a lively panel discussion on one of Alberta's most important resources.Featuring: Read more »

EnCana Makes the Case for Public Ownership in the Energy Industry

The Parkland Institute has published an Op-Ed on the Royalty Review, the energy industry's response, and the case for public ownership in the energy sector.


Monday, October 08, 2007

by Ricardo Acuña

In the weeks following the release of the recommendations of Alberta's Royalty Review Panel, energy giant EnCana has been one of the loudest opponents of any moves that might increase the direct benefits Albertans receive from their natural resources — going as far as publicly threatening to cancel a billion dollars worth of investment if the panel's recommendations are implemented.

The irony of these threats and the desire to see Albertans get less than full value for their oil and gas will not be lost on those who remember EnCana's history. Read more »

Posted October 11, 2007 by Anonymous

Action Alert: Royalty Review Panel Recommendations

Pembina Institute

The recent recommendations from Premier Stelmach's Royalty Review Panel represent a step forward for the province of Alberta. We need your help to ensure that Premier Stelmach implements the recommendations put forward by the Royalty Review Panel. It is as easy as 1, 2, 3.

  1. Read the report of the Royalty Review Panel, Our Fair Share: Report of the Alberta Royalty Review Panel
  2. Think like an owner.
  3. Insist that Premier Stelmach adopts all the royalty recommendations made by the Royalty Review Panel.
  4. Read more »

Posted October 3, 2007 by Anonymous

Marie Lake Decision Brings Hope for McClelland Lake Fen

Alberta Wilderness Association

Release Date: September 6, 2007

Premier Stelmach's decision to halt seismic testing on Marie Lake indicates a shift in government priorities that may bode well for other lakes and wetlands on the brink of destruction. One such area is the spectacular McClelland Lake Wetland Complex north of Fort McMurray. Read more »

Posted September 9, 2007 by Anonymous

To The Tar Sands Cross-Alberta bike tour has 654 kilometers to go ...

Breaking News

10 days ago, a group of young people set out to bike across Alberta from the American border to the Tar Sands. They will ride more than 1200 kilometers from south to north on a journey of discovery and fact-finding. Read more »

Posted August 28, 2007 by Anonymous

Sierra Club Chinook Group Monthly Meeting: "A Thousand Barrels a Second", Peter Tertzakian

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Sierra Club of Canada — Chinook GroupThe Sierra Club Chinook Group hosts a monthly meeting series on the 1st Wed. of every month from 7 to 9 pm at the Calgary Area Outdoor Council at 1111 Memorial Drive NW. Best-selling author of A Thousand Barrels a Second, published by McGraw-Hill, Peter Tertzakian is the Chief Energy Economist of ARC Financial Corporation, one of the world's leading energy investment firms. Read more »

"To The Tar Sands" Bike Tour - Calgary Bike-along

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Join 20 cyclists completing the Sierra Youth Coalition's "To the Tar Sands" bike tour as they cycle in to Calgary on August 23rd. The trip begins in Waterton-Glacier National Park on August 15th and culminates three weeks later in Fort MacKay. Read more »

Tools for Change Workshop: Non-Violent Direct Action & Grassroots Organizing

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Presented by GREENPEACE and the Sierra Club of Canada — Prairie ChapterOn Aug 19 at 1:00, GREENPEACE and the Sierra Club will unite forces to provide the first in a series of workshops designed to give you the tools you need to create some change and stop one of the most environmentally devastating projects on the face of the planet - the Alberta Tar Sands. Read more »

Fort Chipewyan: A Sacrifice Zone?

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Alberta's oldest, continuously inhabited community, on the outskirts of Canada's largest national park, amidst one of the world's largest inland freshwater delta's (Peace-Athabasca Delta), and home to the Indigenous people who have inhabited these lands since time immemorial, is under direct assault by unfettered Oilsands development. Read more »

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