We need a coordinated national strategy more than any in the world
By Stephan SchottDec. 2, 2011
The federal government must start playing a more active role in establishing an energy strategy and coordinating with Canadian provinces. If they don’t, we will leave it up to industry and our American partners to define what this strategy should be.
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