Energy East

A letter from Alberta to my Quebec friends

Jason Markusoff: You’re a too-convenient target. There’s too much overheated political rhetoric about Alberta deficits and Quebec daycare provisions (which have nothing to do with equalization’s formula)

Off to a tense start: Justin Trudeau meets the premiers

Pipelines, pricing carbon, and profiting during the ‘transition’ off fossil fuels: The quotes to know from the First Ministers’ meeting

Big cities, little respect: Why Montreal’s pipeline problem is a proxy war

Evan Solomon explains how Denis Coderre’s brouhaha over Energy East shows that Canada’s balance of power is tipping toward long-marginalized city mayors

Oil tensions and trade anxieties in Parliament? This all feels familiar.

The top issues of the 1980s get a reprise as Parliament resumes, with opposition leaders deploying some retro framing

Checking the math on Energy East

Our in-house economist finds higher minimum savings and lower maximum savings than recent reports suggest

Energy security and the Energy East pipeline

Does Stephen Harper’s promise make sense? Andrew Leach explains.

Pipeline to Atlantic Canada: the ball’s in your court, Mme Marois

TransCanada moves ahead with east-west pipeline