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posted by leftdog at Wednesday, September 19, 2007 | Permalink
Isn't this the same thing that Newfoundland and Nova Scotia were saying recently?And, isn't Saskatchewan crying the blues about mineral and resources royalties?
Posted by David Elliott |
6:31 pm, September 19, 2007
Newfoundland should accept the status quo....the constitution clearly states who has jurisdiction over the offshore. They are going to get rich either way.
Posted by Philltaj2 |
7:30 pm, September 19, 2007
In the media there are all sorts of cries about increased royalties killing the goose that lays the golden eggs. CBC interviewed an investment specialist who said that royalties would still be lower than in many countries. The gooses eggs are already there and with global demand increasing and supplies decreasing the goose owners should charge more. Isn't that simple capitalist economics after all.http://kenthink7.blogspot.com
Posted by ken |
9:38 am, September 21, 2007