A survey of Canadian adults found that most reacted negatively to foreign control of their natural resources, according to OilPrice.com. Canadians are "not particularly supportive" of a proposed deal with the China National Offshore Oil Corp.
The major issue for many countries is that oil is becoming too expensive for the economy to afford, Tverberg writes.
In a speech at Johns Hopkins University, Canada’s ambassador to the United States bet on the US approval of the Keystone XL pipeline, according to Consumer Energy Report. If approved, the Keystone XL pipeline would pump oil from Alberta’s oil sands to Gulf Coast refineries in Texas.
When it comes to the fracking debate, too many people on both sides use 'motivated reasoning' in their arguments.
In European countries where multiple languages are spoken, regions dominated by Germanic language speakers often have lower unemployment rates than non-Germanic areas. This pattern is not seen in similarly multilingual Canada, however.
President Obama got big headlines – and a political bounce – from his new policy protecting some young illegal immigrants from deportation and offering them temporary work permits. By a 2-to-1 margin, likely American voters support the move, according to a Bloomberg poll. So what other potential gambits does Mr. Obama have in his hip pocket, especially if he needs another jolt before Election Day? Here are four.