There is a certain bitter irony for me, a convinced federalist all my life, in the complaints being leveled at my government, complaints that Alberta’s energy policy is selfish and divisive, and that we don't care what happens to the rest of Canada.By PETER LOUGHEED, DON MACDONALD12 min
For the third time in 30 minutes,a waiter replaced the butter dish, because it looked messy; another topped up my glass of Meursault-Charmes 71. Their attentions went unacknowledged; I was busy counting down before I attacked the first of the fresh white asparagus, pointing out like missiles from their puff-pastry launching pad.By SONDRA GOTLEIB10 min
What price nationalism? Canada and the United States both must consider this question in the present urgent quest for assurance of energy supplies. Never before has the need for ample indigenous supplies of energy seemed more starkly apparent in the interest of Canadian security, Canadian comfort, Canadian economic well-being.By W.P. WILDER, ERIC KIERANS9 min
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