March 05, 2015

Fixing Atlantic Canada’s natural gas shortage in one easy step

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

One expert is predicting shortages of natural gas in Atlantic Canada as early as this year.

This means they'll either have to start importing gas from the U.S., or start fracking it themselves.

After all, the region is sitting on billions of dollars in natural gas reserves.

Unfortunately, anti-fracking riots have broken out in places like New Brunswick, and under pressure, governments have instituted fracking moratoriums.

I explain why this would be like Saskatchewan banning its own farmers from growing wheat, then importing it from America instead:

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