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Alberta Royalty Review Panel Public Meeting

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Edmonton... Albertans living in and around Edmonton have the opportunity to share their views about Alberta's royalty and tax regime during three days of public meetings, beginning May 14. Anyone interested in making a presentation is encouraged to register in advance to guarantee an opportunity to address the Royalty Review Panel. To register, visit www.albertaroyaltyreview.ca or call (403) 297-8173. You can be connected toll-free by first calling 310-0000. Read more »

Alberta Royalty Review Panel Public Meeting

Description:
Edmonton... Albertans living in and around Edmonton have the opportunity to share their views about Alberta's royalty and tax regime during three days of public meetings, beginning May 14. Anyone interested in making a presentation is encouraged to register in advance to guarantee an opportunity to address the Royalty Review Panel. To register, visit www.albertaroyaltyreview.ca or call (403) 297-8173. You can be connected toll-free by first calling 310-0000. Read more »

Alberta Royalty Review Panel Public Meeting

Description:
Background informationAs the owners of Alberta's energy resources, Albertans are entitled to benefit from development of these resources.In February 2007, the provincial government announced an independent review of Alberta's royalty and tax regime. The purpose of this review is to ensure that Albertans are receiving a fair share from energy development through royalties, taxes and fees. The review focuses on all aspects of the royalty system, including oil sands, conventional oil, and natural gas including coalbed methane. Read more »

Alberta Royalty Review Panel Public Meeting

Description:
Background informationAs the owners of Alberta's energy resources, Albertans are entitled to benefit from development of these resources.In February 2007, the provincial government announced an independent review of Alberta's royalty and tax regime. The purpose of this review is to ensure that Albertans are receiving a fair share from energy development through royalties, taxes and fees. The review focuses on all aspects of the royalty system, including oil sands, conventional oil, and natural gas including coalbed methane. Read more »

Alberta Royalty Review Panel Public Meeting

Description:
Background informationAs the owners of Alberta's energy resources, Albertans are entitled to benefit from development of these resources.In February 2007, the provincial government announced an independent review of Alberta's royalty and tax regime. The purpose of this review is to ensure that Albertans are receiving a fair share from energy development through royalties, taxes and fees. The review focuses on all aspects of the royalty system, including oil sands, conventional oil, and natural gas including coalbed methane. Read more »

Albertans invited to make submissions to Royalty Review Panel

Information Bulletin

May 9, 2007

Edmonton public meetings scheduled to begin Monday

Edmonton... Albertans living in and around Edmonton have the opportunity to share their views about Alberta's royalty and tax regime during three days of public meetings, beginning May 14. Anyone interested in making a presentation is encouraged to register in advance to guarantee an opportunity to address the Royalty Review Panel.

To register, visit www.albertaroyaltyreview.ca or call (403) 297-8173. You can be connected toll-free by first calling 310-0000. Read more »

Posted May 9, 2007 by Anonymous

Oil & Community Speaker Series: Tarsands and the 'Alberta Advantage' - Understanding the Big Picture

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June 7 - Tarsands and the 'Alberta Advantage': Understanding the Big PictureDiana Gibson, Research Director, Parkland InstituteTBA Join the University of Alberta's Community Service-Learning Program and the Parkland Institute for a five-week speaker series that explores the impacts of the oil industry on Albertan communities. This series of talks is part of an interdisciplinary course at the University of Alberta that explores these themes by combining course work with community-facing projects in Fort McMurray. As such, the talks will pay particular attention to the impacts of the tarsands projects in northern Alberta on community sustainability. This free lecture series is open to the public. Thursdays, 7:00 - 8:30pmETLC 1-013, University of Alberta Campus Read more »

Oil & Community Speaker Series: First Nations Communities Negotiate Oil and Environment

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May 31 - First Nations Communities Negotiate Oil and EnvironmentMelody Lepine, Director, Mikisew Industrial Relations Corporation Join the University of Alberta's Community Service-Learning Program and the Parkland Institute for a five-week speaker series that explores the impacts of the oil industry on Albertan communities. This series of talks is part of an interdisciplinary course at the University of Alberta that explores these themes by combining course work with community-facing projects in Fort McMurray. As such, the talks will pay particular attention to the impacts of the tarsands projects in northern Alberta on community sustainability. This free lecture series is open to the public. Thursdays, 7:00 - 8:30pmETLC 1-013, University of Alberta Campus Read more »

Oil & Community Speaker Series: Is Nuclear a Solution to the Tarsands Energy Needs?

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Is Nuclear a Solution to the Tarsands Energy Needs?Nashina Shariff, Associate Director, Toxics Watch Society of AlbertaHeinz-Jürgen Peter, Research Associate, Parkland Institute Join the University of Alberta's Community Service-Learning Program and the Parkland Institute for a five-week speaker series that explores the impacts of the oil industry on Albertan communities. This series of talks is part of an interdisciplinary course at the University of Alberta that explores these themes by combining course work with community-facing projects in Fort McMurray. As such, the talks will pay particular attention to the impacts of the tarsands projects in northern Alberta on community sustainability. This free lecture series is open to the public. Thursdays, 7:00 - 8:30pmETLC 1-013, University of Alberta Campus Read more »

Oil & Community Speaker Series: Immigration, Gender, and Labor Amid the Boom

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Immigration, Gender, and Labor Amid the BoomSherilyn Trompetter, Changing TogetherJan Reimer, Provincial Coordinator, Alberta Council of Women's Shelters Join the University of Alberta's Community Service-Learning Program and the Parkland Institute for a five-week speaker series that explores the impacts of the oil industry on Albertan communities. This series of talks is part of an interdisciplinary course at the University of Alberta that explores these themes by combining course work with community-facing projects in Fort McMurray. As such, the talks will pay particular attention to the impacts of the tarsands projects in northern Alberta on community sustainability. This free lecture series is open to the public. Thursdays, 7:00 - 8:30pmETLC 1-013, University of Alberta Campus Read more »

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