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Ben Parfitt 1 Dec 18
That 4.5 quake in BC that's "very likely" linked to ? Expect more. , , and others are just getting going. will just up the ante. Northeast BC will need to get used to a whole lotta shakin goin on.
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Andrew Leach 🇨🇦 🚲 Oct 31
I made you all a fun graph. I hadn't expected this to be quite this stark, but there you have it...
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Robert Fife Oct 31
Jason Kenney says Liberal energy policies to blame for Encana’s move to U.S. - The Globe and Mail
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Eric Reguly Nov 8
My rant on foreign CEOs: Sometimes they just want to go home /via
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Conny Nov 2
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Alberta Party Oct 31
Today’s announcement serves as a reminder that the global economy is continuing to move forward. Albertans need a government that is looking to innovate the future for all Albertans, not reinvent the past. We need to stop the hurt that Albertans are feeling every day.
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Edmonton Journal Oct 31
On Thursday, Alberta Energy Minister Sonya Savage said she was “troubled” but not surprised by Encana’s decision. “I sincerely hope today’s news will serve as a wakeup call for leadership in Ottawa."
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𝕮𝖍𝖎 🛢️ Nov 2
ICYMI ....a the elephant in the room is how many will follow? >> moving to U.S. because of Canadian 'hostility' to and gas, says founder
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TrueBlueConservativeJo Nov 3
Wherein 's pathetic Liberal talking points are totally decimated by Jason Kenney's calm, articulate display of truth and reason.
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Timm Bruch Oct 31
"The signal that [Trudeau] has sent on the importance of oil and gas to Canada has been abysmal': AB Energy Minister Sonya Savage is blaming federal policies for the move. More :
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Michael Thomlinson Nov 15
Headquartered in Montreal. I bet we hear from PM Trudeau on this one.
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222 Minutes Oct 31
It's a damn shame that Fidel Castro wasn't a Canadian oil company. If only he pulled out too.
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🍁 Merlin 🍁🐨🦜🦘 Oct 31
Corp., one of Canada's oldest and largest energy companies, is moving its corporate headquarters from Calgary to the United States. They can use tax break to help pay for the move they see no future with IMO
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Rebel News Nov 3
joins the energy exodus and heads to the USA. Thanks Trudeau! WATCH:
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Mike Hanlon Oct 31
So do we (I mean you voters) have buyers remorse yet. YOUR hard earned money going into the pockets of rich corporate fucks and jobs leaving our energy sector in droves Who’s next. except ConJob Yes Alberta many of you are dumb AF!
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Charles Adler Nov 3
Replying to @charlesadler
A provincial leader in this country accusing the sitting Prime Minister of setting out to intentionally destroy an industry at the heart of the country’s economy." Mason says is being unfairly blamed for the exit and for undermining the Cdn Energy Industry.
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Sen. Denise Batters Oct 31
Replying to @BrockWHarrison
Tweet of the day. Sadly.
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Calgary Sun Oct 31
Calgary-based will shift base to the United States and become Ovintiv Inc, the oil and gas producer announced this morning.
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Calgary Herald Oct 31
- Calgary-based plans to move base to U.S. amid pipeline crunch
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Citizen_Forward Oct 31
What a pathetic ass. There are no words for the utter BS spewed by shit throwing monkeys like says Liberal energy policies to blame for ’s move to U.S. /via
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