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Thousands of oil and gas industry supporters gathered on the Calgary Stampede grounds to hear speakers take turns blasting the federal Liberal government for policies they blame for the sector's low level of activity and investment.Thousands of oil and gas industry supporters gathered on the Calgary Stampede grounds to hear speakers take turns blasting the federal Liberal government for policies they blame for the sector's low level of activity and investment.

Thousands hear anti-Ottawa messages at pro-pipeline rally in Calgary | CTV News

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney took a brief protest in stride before delivering a message of hope for Alberta’s oil and gas sector and touting his government’s policies.Alberta Premier Jason Kenney took a brief protest in stride before delivering a message of hope for Alberta’s oil and gas sector and touting his government’s policies.

At Global Petroleum Show, Kenney promises hope for energy sector | Calgary Herald

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney took a brief protest in stride before delivering a message of hope for Alberta’s oil and gas sector and touting his government’s policies.Alberta Premier Jason Kenney took a brief protest in stride before delivering a message of hope for Alberta’s oil and gas sector and touting his government’s policies.

At Global Petroleum Show, Kenney promises hope for energy sector | Calgary Herald

The Alberta government has started talks with the private sector about Canadian oil producers taking over crude-by-rail contracts signed by the previous government, Premier Jason Kenney said on Tuesday.The Alberta government has started talks with the private sector about Canadian oil producers taking over crude-by-rail contracts signed by the previous government, Premier Jason Kenney said on Tuesday.

A protester who said he does not want the province of Alberta “to be polluted” stormed the stage at the 2019 Global Petroleum Show in Calgary on Tuesday.A protester who said he does not want the province of Alberta “to be polluted” stormed the stage at the 2019 Global Petroleum Show in Calgary on Tuesday.

Protester storms stage at 2019 Global Petroleum Show in Calgary | Globalnews.ca

It's official. Jason Kenney has been sworn in as Alberta's 18th premier. It's official. Jason Kenney has been sworn in as Alberta's 18th premier. 

Jason Kenney sworn in as Alberta’s 18th premier | Globalnews.ca

Attendees to the Global Petroleum Show in Calgary were greeted by a pro-pipeline demonstration Tuesday, with demonstrators hoping to send a message to Ottawa with a federal decision on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project just a week away.The 51st annual show is billed as the world's leadingAttendees to the Global Petroleum Show in Calgary were greeted by a pro-pipeline demonstration Tuesday, with demonstrators hoping to send a message to Ottawa with a federal decision on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project just a week away.The 51st annual show is billed as the world's leading

Pro-pipeline rally greets attendees as Global Petroleum Show kicks off

"Before we have a chance to hear from the Premier, I just want to say, he does not represent me. This is a cesspool of hypocrisy," the man stated before having the microphone removed away from his face.

VIDEO: Protester crashes Jason Kenney's stage in Calgary - The Post Millennial

The Alberta government has started talks with the private sector about Canadian oil producers taking over crude-by-rail contracts signed by the previous government, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney said on Tuesday.The Alberta government has started talks with the private sector about Canadian ...

Alberta government in talks about offloading crude-by-rail contracts - Reuters

The provincial government has started talks with the private sector about Canadian oil producers taking over crude-by-rail contracts signed by the previous NDP government, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney said on Tuesday.The provincial government has started talks with the private sector about Canadian oil producers taking over crude-by-rail contracts signed by the previous NDP government, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney said on Tuesday.

Alberta government in talks about offloading crude-by-rail contracts | Calgary Herald

The provincial government has started talks with the private sector about Canadian oil producers taking over crude-by-rail contracts signed by the previous NDP government, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney said on Tuesday.The provincial government has started talks with the private sector about Canadian oil producers taking over crude-by-rail contracts signed by the previous NDP government, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney said on Tuesday.

Alberta government in talks about offloading crude-by-rail contracts | Calgary Herald

Western alienation bubbled up Tuesday as thousands of oil and gas industry supporters gathered on the Calgary Stampede grounds to hear speakers take turns blasting the federal Liberal government and its energy policies.Western alienation bubbled up Tuesday as thousands of oil and gas industry supporters gathered on the Calgary Stampede grounds to hear speakers take turns blasting the federal Liberal government and its energy policies.

Anti-Ottawa loud and clear - Canada News - Castanet.net

The rally, perhaps 4,000 people strong, was to show support for the Trans Mountain pipeline, and lay into the objects of their anger: bills C-69 and C-48The rally, perhaps 4,000 people strong, was to show support for the Trans Mountain pipeline, and lay into the objects of their anger: bills C-69 and C-48

‘It’s not Canadian to do this’: Thousands rally as federal resource bills, pipeline delays roil the West | National Post

The rally, perhaps 4,000 people strong, was to show support for the Trans Mountain pipeline, and lay into the objects of their anger: bills C-69 and C-48The rally, perhaps 4,000 people strong, was to show support for the Trans Mountain pipeline, and lay into the objects of their anger: bills C-69 and C-48

‘It’s not Canadian to do this’: Thousands rally as federal resource bills, pipeline delays roil the West | National Post

What was dubbed by organizers as the largest pro-oil and gas rally in Canadian history carried a unified national message on Tuesday afternoon, as politicians from across the country promised to take the energy sector’s message straight to Ottawa.What was dubbed by organizers as the largest pro-oil and gas rally in Canadian history carried a unified national message on Tuesday afternoon, as politicians from across the country promised to take the energy sector’s message straight to Ottawa.

Global Petroleum Show attendees rally for oil and gas sector | Calgary Herald

What was dubbed by organizers as the largest pro-oil and gas rally in Canadian history carried a unified national message on Tuesday afternoon, as politicians from across the country promised to take the energy sector’s message straight to Ottawa.What was dubbed by organizers as the largest pro-oil and gas rally in Canadian history carried a unified national message on Tuesday afternoon, as politicians from across the country promised to take the energy sector’s message straight to Ottawa.

Global Petroleum Show attendees rally for oil and gas sector | Calgary Herald

Protests took place outside of the Global Petroleum Show as thousands gathered to show their support for oil and gas in Alberta.Protests took place outside of the Global Petroleum Show as thousands gathered to show their support for oil and gas in Alberta.

Protests inside and outside in raucous first day of Global Petroleum Show

Organizers estimate 4,000 people, many wearing black T-shirts reading "The world needs more Canadian energy," came for the event which featured a bluegrass band, free hot dogs and admission to the annual Global Petroleum Show trade show.

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Alberta Premier Jason Kenney took a brief protest in stride before delivering a message of hope for Alberta’s oil and gas sector and touting his government’s policies.Alberta Premier Jason Kenney took a brief protest in stride before delivering a message of hope for Alberta’s oil and gas sector and touting his government’s policies.

At Global Petroleum Show, Kenney promises hope for energy sector | Calgary Sun

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney took a brief protest in stride before delivering a message of hope for Alberta’s oil and gas sector and touting his government’s policies.Alberta Premier Jason Kenney took a brief protest in stride before delivering a message of hope for Alberta’s oil and gas sector and touting his government’s policies.

At Global Petroleum Show, Kenney promises hope for energy sector | Calgary Sun