Worsening oil bottleneck could cost Canada $1 trillion, shock government revenues

Today, Canada finds itself caught in an energy crunch.

Oilsands production is taking off, but the country’s future capacity to export oil appears constrained. Our main customer – the United States – is also enjoying its own oil renaissance, while concerns over foreign takeovers and the environment loom. For Albertans – and other Canadians – it’s a decisive moment for a country striving to be an energy superpower.

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