Former Clerk of the Privy Council and current Vice-Chair of BMO Financial Group, Kevin Lynch argues that a widening prospect of US energy self-sufficiency means Canada must re-examine its capacity for exporting oil, bitumen and natural gas from its east and west coasts.
“Energy markets are global, but energy policies remain stubbornly national.”
He might have added that in Canada they also preserve a stubborn Provincial aspect.
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