Quebec is blessed in terms of the energy resources available on its territory, most obviously the province’s vast hydroelectric capacity. This month, the government made public a series of reports suggesting that it might soon be ready to move forward and allow oil development in the province. In this Viewpoint, my colleague Youri Chassin and I reconsider some of Quebec’s energy choices to see which kinds of policies might enrich, rather than impoverish, Quebec taxpayers.
Who Writes This
Bradley Doucet is a Montreal writer and the English Editor of Le Québécois Libre.
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