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Anti-pipeline protests work That's the implication behind comments made by Alberta Energy Minister Sonya Savage on how coronavirus social distancing requirements could ease the construction of Canada's Trans Mountain Expansion project Now is a great time Alberta's energy minister Sonya Savage said Friday the pandemic is a 'great time' to build oil pipelines because large protests can't gather due to the virus Pictured in June 2019 She said that the economic crisis sparked by the pandemic means 'people are not going to have the tolerance and patience for protests that get in the way of people working'

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2020/5/26Anti-pipeline protests work That's the implication behind comments made by Alberta Energy Minister Sonya Savage on how coronavirus social distancing requirements could ease the construction of Canada's Trans Mountain Expansion project Now is a great time

2020/8/4Between March and the middle of July Alberta's United Conservative government and the province's energy regulator also suspended a wide array of monitoring activities required of oilsands companies as conditions of their operating licences The pandemic was

2020/5/27The energy minister of the Canadian province of Alberta Sonya Savage told listeners to an oil trade association podcast that the coronavirus pandemic was the perfect time to move forward with the construction of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion due

For those of you worried about the prolonged silence from Alberta's energy war room it turns out the nine-member staff of Canadian Energy Centre Ltd are just taking a little breather while they figure out what to do next Back when Jason Kenney was running for his present job as premier of Alberta he promised to create a fully-staffed rapid-response war room in government and vowed it

The energy minister of the Canadian province of Alberta Sonya Savage told listeners to an oil trade association podcast that the coronavirus pandemic was the perfect time to move forward with the construction of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion due

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Anti-pipeline protests work That's the implication behind comments made by Alberta Energy Minister Sonya Savage on how coronavirus social distancing requirements could ease the construction of Canada's Trans Mountain Expansion project Now is a great time

by Jake Cardinal (ANNews) – On May 22 2020 Alberta's Energy Minister Sonya Savage spoke about the COVID-19 pandemic's positive effect on Alberta's Energy Sector the positive being the limited amount of people able to protest Minister Sonya Savage's

Alberta's Energy Minister Says the Pandemic is a "Great Time" to Build a Pipeline May 26 2020 by Sage Patterson Last updated on: May 27 2020 In a recent podcast Alberta's energy minister stated that "Now is a great time to be building a pipeline because you can't have protests of more than 15 people "

The energy minister of the Canadian province of Alberta Sonya Savage told listeners to an oil trade association podcast that the coronavirus pandemic was the perfect time to move forward with the construction of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion due

2020/3/30Alberta's $30-million-a-year energy war room is drastically cutting its budget because of COVID-19 The province announced late Monday that the Canadian Energy Centre is reducing its current operating budget by 90 per cent in order to "reflect needs" during the pandemic

2020/6/17I co-hosted an Innovation Summit with Alberta's Energy Minister Sonya Savage The audience might not have been as large as GLOBE's but around that table sat some of the biggest players in Alberta energy RD News headlines were dominated by stories of investors increasingly turning their backs on the sector and the mood of the room was unsettled

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The Alberta energy industry's reputation faces increasing pressure Some of the world's largest investment funds have restricted their activity in the province because of environmental concerns In February Teck Resources pulled out of a multibillion-dollar oilsands project because of what it said was a regulatory environment unable to reconcile resource development and climate concerns

by Jake Cardinal (ANNews) – On May 22 2020 Alberta's Energy Minister Sonya Savage spoke about the COVID-19 pandemic's positive effect on Alberta's Energy Sector the positive being the limited amount of people able to protest Minister Sonya Savage's

A ban on large gatherings or protests due to the COVID-19 pandemic creates optimal conditions for pipeline construction according to Alberta's energy minister Energy Minister Sonya Savage says the ongoing pandemic is a "great time" to build a pipeline because people aren't able to gather to protest pipeline construction Savage made the comments when asked about the Trans Mountain

At least Alberta's energy minister was being honest when she said COVID-19 restrictions on gatherings are helpful for keeping protesters at bay Greta Thunberg tweeted early Thursday The Swedish teen who has emerged as a global force due to her climate

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2020/5/26Alberta Energy Minister Says the Pandemic Is a 'Great Time' to Build Pipeline Due to Limits on Protests Gizmodo | May 26 2020 The energy minister of the Canadian province of Alberta Sonya Savage told listeners to an oil trade association podcast that the coronavirus pandemic

The energy minister of the Canadian province of Alberta Sonya Savage told listeners to an oil trade association podcast that the coronavirus pandemic was the perfect time to move forward with the construction of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion due

2020/8/27Alberta is on track to end the current fiscal year with a $24 2-billion deficit the largest in the province's history and the finance minister is suggesting more cuts are on the way The figure was contained in the first-quarter fiscal update released Thursday by Finance

2020/8/28Statistics Canada says the economy posted its steepest decline on record in the second quarter as the COVID-19 pandemic forced the closure of non-essential businesses and slowed the economy to a crawl The agency says real gross domestic product contracted at an annualized rate of 38 7 per cent for

That's the take of a conservative Canadian politician anyway and it's one that's now getting some pushback Per the Canadian Press Sonya Savage Alberta's energy minister appeared Friday on a podcast put on by the Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors and the discussion turned to the Trans Mountain Expansion Project a pipeline being built between Vancouver and Edmonton

A ban on large gatherings or protests due to the COVID-19 pandemic creates optimal conditions for pipeline construction according to Alberta's energy minister Energy Minister Sonya Savage says the ongoing pandemic is a "great time" to build a pipeline because people aren't able to gather to protest pipeline construction Savage made the comments when asked about the Trans Mountain

That's the take of a conservative Canadian politician anyway and it's one that's now getting some pushback Per the Canadian Press Sonya Savage Alberta's energy minister appeared Friday on a podcast put on by the Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors and the discussion turned to the Trans Mountain Expansion Project a pipeline being built between Vancouver and Edmonton