Canada’s Hadrian’s Wall of hipocrisy

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Roger McKnight is the Chief Petroleum Analyst with En-Pro International Inc.
Roger has over 25 years experience in the oil industry, and has held senior marketing management positions responsible for national and international accounts. He is the originator of the card lock concept of marketing on-road diesel that is now the predominant purchase method of diesel in Canada. Roger's knowledge of the oil industry in North America, and pricing structures has resulted in his expertise being sought as a commentator by local, national, and international media. Roger is a regular guest on radio and television programs, and he is quoted regularly in newspapers and magazines across Canada.

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  • What Roger says is right about the NDPs silence about the dirty coal for thermal plants and the much bigger impact. It does not however take away the impact of all that dirty oil on the environment. As long as big oil have the different governments in their collective pockets along with other big money flowing in from other massive companies things will change very slowly towards greener forms of energy and that’s why companies like Ford are getting out of the smaller sedan type cars including hybrids and concentrating on SUVs and trucks.