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Letter from Canada: Kenney hits accelerator along dead-end road

Positive CCS dialogue highlights an alternative path if the populist provincial leader can stomach it

Jason Kenney was known as a consummate politician before becoming premier of Alberta. But in the 28 months since he and his United Conservative Party won a landslide victory in April 2019 provincial elections, his talents appear to have largely deserted him. Less than two years before the next mandated election, Kenney sits far behind former opposition leader Rachel Notley and her centre-leftist New Democratic Party in the polls. In response, he has been urging leaders of Alberta’s oil and gas industry to ramp up capital investment to boost production, jobs and economic growth in the province. “By working together, we realised we can drop the cost of [CCS] significantly because we



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