Category: Eye on Saskatchewan
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Russian oil price cap not as effective as hoped
In the weeks following the cap, Russia sold its crude oil for about US$74 per barrel on average
Ukraine and Canada share a lived history
Canada has been offering Ukrainians a safe haven for a very long time
Racially based ‘Justice’ is built on flawed reasoning
How can a racially based system even be called “justice”?
Canadian emission reduction targets making things worse for the planet
Any emissions we cut here will simply pop up in jurisdictions with less stringent environmental regulations
IEA raises global oil demand forecast again
Set to average a record 101.9 million barrels per day, up by two million bpd from 2022
Canadians on the move, to smaller communities
The Canadian Dream is increasingly being realized in smaller areas
Farmers are partnering with investors to bolster the agricultural sector
Did you know that the largest farmland owner in the country is not even a farmer?
Has the Saudi/Russia relationship reached its limits?
Saudi Arabia is feeling the pressure, but the prospect of a ‘crude’ divorce between Moscow and Riyadh seems premature
Just Transition comes with big costs
Trudeau government just shrugs when asked what “significant labour market disruptions” actually means
Why can’t Canada be more like Qatar or Norway?
Our dangerous love affair with a ‘top down’ collectivist approach to problem-solving is leading us in the wrong direction
Savana Walkingbear one of Canada’s rising young Indigenous leaders
Working to advance First Nations’ ownership of resource projects
Saskatchewan has a history of failing to balance its budget
Better decisions by the government could have led to a cut in PST