Resources & Energy

Canada and Trump have common ground in energy

While there are obvious areas of disagreement with the Trump administration around climate change, we need to find areas where we can work together, writes Colin Robertson.

An oilsands operation in Alberta. President-elect Donald Trump has proposed energy and infrastructure policies that could benefit Canada's energy producers. Photograph courtesy of the Cumulative Environmental Management Association

By COLIN ROBERTSON

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016 12:00 AM

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