Uncertainty in the Age of Pandemic

President Donald Trump leads a press briefing on the administration response to the coronavirus at the White House in Washington, D.C, March 9, 2020. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters)
Sometimes, a disruptor-in-chief is the last thing you want.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE C apital just wants to be loved — to be in a steady, supportive relationship with a reliable partner.

Justin Trudeau is not that partner. Not as far as Teck Resources is concerned, anyway. In late February, the company walked away from a multibillion-dollar deal to develop an energy project in the fruitful Canadian oil sands. The problem, as the Wall Street Journal reports, was “political uncertainty about oil-and-gas development in the resource-rich country.”

Canada’s oil and gas is mostly in its west, but the political power is in the east, and the two do not see eye-to-eye. “The project has landed squarely

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