Media Review: The impacts of job loss in the oil patch are much more than economical.

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This is a news compilation setting the record straight on the day’s top stories about the oil and gas industry.

 


News Headline: 

 

Trans Mountain received $320 million in government subsidies this year and more than half of that was not clearly disclosed to taxpayers, report says

 

The Facts:

 

Yesterday, the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) released a report calling into question the accounting procedures of the Trans Mountain Pipeline. The IEEFA is a group funded by foreign foundations such as the Rockefeller Brothers Fund and William & Flora Hewlett Foundation(notable for their participation in the ‘anti-tar sands’ campaign)

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This report is clearly a biased financial analysis of a government crown corporation rather than a fiduciary examination of the risks to Canadian taxpayers. This is just another attempt from foreign influencers to sway a debate that the majority of Canadians have already made up their minds on. 

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Alberta documentary sheds light on men in the oilpatch and suicides

 

The Facts:


The impacts of job loss in the oil patch are much more than economical.

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