Environmental groups not interviewed for Alberta energy inquiry interim report - 2020-02-11

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F182.png Environmental groups not interviewed for Alberta energy inquiry interim report February 11, 2020, Michelle Bellefontaine, CBC News

Three environmental groups painted as hostile to the oil and gas industry by the Alberta government say they weren't interviewed for an interim report submitted as part of the public inquiry into alleged foreign funding of "anti-Alberta energy campaigns."

Inquiry commissioner Steve Allan submitted his interim report to Energy Minister Sonya Savage by the Jan. 31 deadline. In a written statement Allan said he had "met and engaged with many people and organizations representing all facets of the inquiry's mandate."

However, the Pembina Institute, Tides Canada and the David Suzuki Foundation say they were not interviewed by Allan.

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{{cite news | first = Michelle | last = Bellefontaine | title = Environmental groups not interviewed for Alberta energy inquiry interim report | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/steve-allan-commission-pembina-alberta-1.5458916 | work = CBC News | date = February 11, 2020 | accessdate = February 12, 2020 }}