2017 Energy Series Papers

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This policy review series on the global dimensions of Canadian energy, mandated by and in concert with Natural Resources Canada, was part of the government’s effort to develop a federal energy roadmap for Canada by first establishing and informing an energy dialogue with stakeholders and the public. The main objective of this series was to help inform the ongoing public policy debate on energy, the environment, and climate with a major focus on its international dimensions and the opportunities -- in terms of both practical public policy and real economic potential -- for Canada. Like many of our other publications, the 2017 Energy Series is subject to the same rigorous review process which ensures high quality research and analysis.

2017 Energy Policy Papers


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