Friday, June 04, 2010

Canadians get the pink goo out of your eyes!

While other countries and continents are on the brink of financial ruin Canada, yes Canada, is becoming an economic superpower fueled by natural resources. Read this:

"Canada is at the beginning of an economic transformation that could see it replace the Middle East as the primary source of oil and gas, first (as it already has) to its largest consumer, the U.S., and then, more importantly, to the rest of the world.

Jeff Rubin, former Chief Economist at CIBC World Markets, wonders if Canada really wants to be an energy superpower, and Neil Reynolds, columnist and former Editor-in-Chief of the Vancouver Sun discusses Alastair Sweeny’s new book, Black Bonanza, and concludes that “Even Canadians don’t comprehend what they’re sitting on."

"The numbers Sweeny quotes are staggering, and while they are more commonly known today, its the revisitation of the realization, that we now live in the best country in the world, that got my attention again. Alberta oil sands contain one trillion barrels of recoverable oil, plus a whopping two trillion more in reserves, thanks to Roger Butler’s innovation of Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage.""

Read more at the Advisor Analyst

This is seriously exciting. It's like The Matrix when Keanu realizes he's naked in a pod of pink goo. Once Canadians realize what we're sitting on and the implications to our future, our finances and advances in environmental technology. They're in for a "waking up naked in pink goo" type eye-opener.

The only problem is how do you take advantage of this knowledge? This might help.


Derek Hulewicz said...

Great article. There is no doubt in my mind that Canada is one of the best places to live.

Alberta Oil Sands Investor Abroad said...

I agree Derek. Thanks for stopping by!

Patrick said...

Fantastic real estate blog post! Pictures are worth thousands of words, it’s nice to see the attention to detail from your end. Thanks

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