Rachel Notley, the Rockefellers and Alberta's landlocked oil - 2019-04-13

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F0.png Rachel Notley, the Rockefellers and Alberta's landlocked oil April 13, 2019, Vivian Krause, Opinion, Financial Post

Alberta is in the final days before an election and the backbone industry of its economy is practically broken because all pipeline projects out of the province have been stalled or ended. This didn't happen for no reason. This was planned and is precisely what a Rockefeller Brothers Fund campaign was funded to bring about.

The Tar Sands Campaign has been running for more than a decade with financial help from the US$870-million Rockefeller family philanthropic foundation. The goal of the campaign, as CBC reported in January, is to sabotage all pipeline projects that would export crude oil from Western Canada to lucrative overseas markets.

Northern Gateway, Energy East, Keystone XL, Trans Mountain and Line 3 have all been targeted. Most of the talk about this campaign has focused on how this activism chokes the oil industry, but tax documents indicate it also takes aim at natural gas.

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{{cite news | first = Vivian | last = Krause | title = Rachel Notley, the Rockefellers and Alberta's landlocked oil | url = https://business.financialpost.com/opinion/vivian-krause-rachel-notley-the-rockefellers-and-albertas-landlocked-oil | work = Opinion | publisher = Financial Post | date = April 13, 2019 | accessdate = October 28, 2019 }}