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9-17-2021 ALASKANOMICS: Jobs Up In Alaska

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Thursday, September 17, 2021 August jobs up 4.4 percent from August 2020 September 17, 2021 No. 21-25 JUNEAU, Alaska — August’s job count was up 4.4 percent from August 2020, an increase of 13,600 but still 29,700 below August 2019 levels. Industries hit hardest last year recorded the strongest gains, although few have recovered their pre-pandemic job levels. Leisure and [...]

8-24-2021 Rumblings From Alberta’s Oil Patch

More deals expected in oil patch as Brookfield finally nabs Inter Pipeline Calgary Herald The dogged pursuit by suitor Brookfield Infrastructure Partners of Inter Pipeline Ltd. has paid off with its $8.6-billion takeover bid gaining [...]

8-17-2021 Canadian Government Is Wise To Support Fossil Fuels

Canada's biggest public pensions heavily investing in fossil fuels, new report suggests CBC.ca The Canada Pension Plan's (CPP Investments) total fossil fuel investments ... a spokesperson for CPP Investments wrote in an email to CBC News. Abandoning oil and [...]

3-4-2021, Déjà Vu?

Note: In doing a little research today I came across the Commentary below.  I am reprinting it today, thinking some readers might find value in comparing the challenges six years ago, to today's.  -dh [...]

2-9-21 Honoring Our Duty To Protect American Workers and Our Contracts

  https://www.westernjournal.com/surprising-absolutely-everyone-cbs-issues-scathing-report-badly-biden-betrayed-keystone-workers/?utm_source=Email&utm_medium=aa-breaking&utm_campaign=can&utm_content=firefly CBS Issues Scathing Report on How  Keystone Union and Other Workers Were Betrayed by Kipp Jones CBS News profiled the devastating effects of President Joe Biden’s cancelation of the Keystone XL pipeline [...]

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