Five things you should know before starting your work day on Nov. 23
Good morning! We’ve got some follow-up stories on the economic update. Miners seem happy, the oil industry less so, and fixing the regulatory headache will be a, well, headache for Ottawa. And as we learn, it’s still not easy being green, despite some reports. Plus, those who have lost big on certain stocks lately will be feeling a bit green around the gills.
KERMIT WAS RIGHT
A new report from the International Energy Agency reluctantly admits that green energy is a disastrous flop. This should embarrass the government of Justin Trudeau, Peter Foster writes. The IEA is both a source of energy information and a shill for the UN’s climate-focused sustainable development agenda, and as such has to talk up our low-carbon future while also reporting that it’s not happening. Oil, gas and coal continue to dominate the energy picture into 2040 — yet, what is Trudeau doing but killing our fossil fuel industry?
DON’T GO OFF HALF-COCKED