Prime Minister Stephen Harper has often referred to Canada as an emerging “energy superpower” due largely to the development of the Alberta oil sands. But what has been the long-term legacy of fossil fuel development in Alberta — the epicenter of the Canadian conservative movement and Harper’s political powerbase? Read more…
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