PULSE Interactive
December 2016 Issue
Carbon Corner: The Carbon Pollution Shell Game

Carbon Corner: The Carbon Pollution Shell Game

When we visited our mailboxes in the last month or so, we all received the latest pitch from our NDP... Read More »

November 2016 Issue

Carbon Corner Doubling Down The Coal And...

Even before the ink has dried on the U.S. federal election, our federal government is doubling down on... Read More »

October 2016 Issue

Notley Trudeau Wall. The 3 Legged Carbon...

It’s been just over a year since the NDP was elected to a majority government under leader Rachel... Read More »

October 2016 Issue

The Notley Report Card

Maintaining objectivity while attaching a grade to someone’s work is always a challenge. I am sure even teachers, when they have room to play, reward perpetual high achievers sometimes with a better grade than what was earned. However,... Read More »

October 2016 Issue

Carbon Corner: Social License – Shenanigans, I...

Last month, when we kicked off the Carbon Corner section of the magazine, we had absolutely no idea of... Read More »

September 2016 Issue

Parallel Universe

I'm a big science fiction buff spanning everything from time travel to parallel universes. Wouldn’t time travel be a wonderful tool, to jump back a year or two to tamper with the old timeline? Perhaps to drastically change the outcome... Read More »

September 2016 Issue

Carbon Corner!

It started out as global warming, then it morphed into climate change and now the politicians and eco-activists have latched on Carbon Pricing as the latest boogeyman in their quest to save us and our planet. Each of these movements... Read More »

May 2016 Issue

Please Sir, Can I Have Some More?

Please Sir, Can I Have Some More? What another tumultuous month in Alberta! Our hearts and... Read More »

April 2016 Issue

If You Tell A Lie Often Enough...

Our theme this month is ‘One Size Fits All’ and clearly challenges the oil and gas industry from... Read More »

Resourcefulness Over Resources

Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi was in Ottawa earlier this month to attend a 2 day conference with other ‘big city’ mayors. While there, he took on the petty anti-Energy East pipeline stances from Quebec mayors and the unfair Keystone... Read More »

November 2015 Issue

An Open Letter To The Backbench NDP...

Our industry is under constant attack from this government, which is especially annoying for those... Read More »