The expansion of federal control over the economies of resource-rich provinces will ensure those provinces, and all Canadians, will lose out through escalating energy prices that increase the cost of living generally.
By Andrew Roman For the original version of this posting, see here. For more analysis by Andrew Roman, check out his blog here:https://andrewromanviews.blog Escape Your Bubble What you read online about climate change is carefully targeted by social media algorithms and cookies to keep you in your ideological comfort zone. The TV news is also designed […]
Once a singular focus on making profits comes to be regarded as unacceptable, business decisions will no longer belong to companies to make on their own. Bruce Pardy on ESG’s threat to capitalism and freedom.
The claim that the “science was settled” on climate change never withstood scrutiny. What is settled is the abject failure of the three-decade-long attempt by the bureaucracies of the 195 countries of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change to convince anyone other than themselves, a credulous media, and a relatively few gullible people that climate change represents an existential threat.
To punish Russia, the Europeans are knowingly visiting far more severe punishments on themselves. A greater punishment still is being voiced in the form of nuclear war.
The impossible dream
Instead of refurbishing an old and deteriorating natural gas pipeline that has served Ottawa for 65 years, Ottawa is investing instead in a fantasy strategy it calls its Energy Evolution plan. Unfortunately, Ottawa is not alone in these pipe dreams to achieve net-zero no matter how unachievable and painful for Canadians.
The West’s net zero policies, pursued too rapidly, with the wrong technologies, and without regard to energy security, has financed Russia’s war on Ukraine. The Great U-Turn back to fossil fuels has already begun in Europe.
Will Ottawa be the first capital city to die a woke death?
Globalists may believe that the world needs their new world order. But they also exemplify the adage that the road to hell is paved with good intentions.
No one should follow Ottawa’s example.