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The amended Bill C-69 is an improvement, but still doesn’t do enough for Canada’s energy sector

As published in The Globe and Mail There are defining moments in the life of any government, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has reached one now. Facing a dearth of investment in Canada’s energy industry and a chorus of complaints that Ottawa is ignoring the plight of Western Canada’s resource industries, the federal government is moving forward with two highly controversial pieces of legislation and will soon pronounce on the future of a critical piece of the country’...

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May 13, 2019

Our politics is suffering from analysis paralysis and the illusion of action

Our politics is suffering from analysis paralysis and the illusion of action

As originally published in the Globe and Mail. Goldy Hyder is president and CEO of the Business Council of Canada, representing 150 leading companies. The Council’s recently launched Task Force on Canada’s Economic Future invited Canadians’ views at www.itsaboutcanada.ca Canada wasn’t born, it was built. For many Canadians, unity didn’t come along the road to revolution, but along a railway. History reminds us of these lessons, and yet many Canadian leaders don’t consider themselves ...

Date:
April 15, 2019

Elevating the political discourse

Elevating the political discourse

“In the coming months, business leaders will be engaging the public on the issues that matter and leading the way on elevating the discourse.” As originally published by Sun Media newspapers in Toronto, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Calgary and Edmonton As we mark six months until the upcoming federal election, the main themes of the campaign are starting to emerge. If Alberta’s election is any indication, we can expect a hyper-polarized campaign with political parties running against strawmen, such as big ...

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April 4, 2019

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Date:
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Canada and Japan will benefit by deepening relations

Canada and Japan will benefit by deepening relations

As originally published in the Toronto Star   How many Canadians know that Japan was the first country to land a rover on an asteroid in September and again last month? When a Chinese spacecraft reached the dark side of the moon and NASA’s InSight landed on the red planet, they were covered live on national news networks. Meanwhile, Japan’s historic achievement was relegated to the ticker on the bottom of our TV screens. You could be forgiven ...

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