Is a national consensus on hydrocarbon development possible?

The ongoing debate in Canada over the extraction of hydrocarbon resources
and their transportation to markets exemplifies the country’s
political polarization. Breakdown explores these tensions through economic,
environmental, and political perspectives.

The Trudeau Liberals and Alberta’s one-term NDP government
attempted to find a compromise that satisfies the concerns of British
Columbia, Canada’s First Nations, and environmentalists. But they still
could not break the impasse on the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion.
With new players now at the table, can Canada find a reasonable
path forward?

About the Authors

Deborah Yedlin

Posted by Kendra on June 25, 2019

Deborah Yedlin

As a journalist writing for the Calgary Herald, the Globe and Mail, and the CBC, Deborah Yedlin has been a pre-eminent commentator for the better part of twenty years on the nexus of business and politics in Canada.