The anti-oil sands industry
An AEG op/ed published in the National Post. David MacLean, Financial Post Published: Friday, February 20, 2009 Environmental pressure groups have sprouted up across the country in an effort to undermine Canada’s oil sands industry. They portray themselves as righteous defenders of the good, protecting Canadians from the forces of greed and exploitation. But a… Read more »
Local Military to be honoured at Oilers game in Washington
Edmonton Sun January 13, 2009 Members of the Canadian military – including three city soldiers – will receive a salute today at the Edmonton Oilers game against the Washington Capitals in Washington, D.C. The three Edmonton-based soldiers – including Master Cpl. Colin A. Johnston – will also be honoured. Their families have been flown to… Read more »
Alberta Enterprise Group to sponsor 150 troops and their families to Oilers-Capitals game in Washington, D.C.
January 12, 2009 EDMONTON: The Alberta Enterprise Group (AEG) is sponsoring 150 Canadian soldiers and family members to attend the January 13th Edmonton Oilers game against the Washington Capitals at Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. Canadian troops in attendance will be honoured with a pre-game tribute video shown on Verizon Center’s scoreboard and a flag… Read more »
Prominent Albertans declare Alberta Enterprise Group open for business
June 21, 2007 Edmonton: Alberta Enterprise Group (AEG) – a newly created public policy advocacy group – officially launched its operations today. “AEG will be a leader in promoting forward-thinking policy solutions and will challenge all levels of government to make common sense decisions in the public interest,” stated AEG President Tim Shipton. “Great things… Read more »