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Canada making serious mistake believing future will be as energy superpower: Crane

We should be thinking much harder about alternative ways to grow our future economy for the jobs and wealth we’ll need to sustain a decent standard of living.

Both Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Liberal leader Justin Trudeau are strong advocates for major development of Alberta’s oil sands and Canada’s future as an energy superpower. Trudeau declares “there’s not a country in the world that would find 170 billion barrels of oil under the ground and leave them there.” NDP leader Tom Mulcair is a more cautious supporter, but nonetheless favours development.

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Canada making serious mistake believing future will be as energy superpower: Crane

We should be thinking much harder about alternative ways to grow our future economy for the jobs and wealth we’ll need to sustain a decent standard of living.

Both Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Liberal leader Justin Trudeau are strong advocates for major development of Alberta’s oil sands and Canada’s future as an energy superpower. Trudeau declares “there’s not a country in the world that would find 170 billion barrels of oil under the ground and leave them there.” NDP leader Tom Mulcair is a more cautious supporter, but nonetheless favours development.

  

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