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  • Alberta's energy war room says animated Netflix film is 'full of lies' about oil industry

    Bigfoot Family

    The head of the Canadian Energy Centre (CEC) says a recent computer-animated Netflix family film centred on the exploits of the mythical ape-like creature known as Bigfoot depicts "misinformation" and "villainizes energy workers."

  • A New Brunswick tea company's connection to an iconic American painter

    Woman Relaxing with Tea After Shopping

    Norman Rockwell illustrations may be as American as apple pie, but it turns out they’re also as New Brunswick as orange pekoe tea. The famous Saturday Evening Post cover artist created a series of paintings for the formerly Saint John-based Red Rose company.

  • Opposition to oil sponsorships in the arts spreads in London

    Extinction Rebellion

    Art and cultural institutions in London are facing growing pressure to lose their sponsorship deals with oil and gas company BP.

  • Monster Trucks

    Monster Trucks

    Rated: PG.

    A high schooler named Tripp (Lucas Till) befriends an otherworldly creature, which is able to crawl inside his pickup truck and act as a supercharged engine. Soon enough, Tripp and the monster work together to stop an oil company from wreaking havoc on their town. Jane Levy, Rob Lowe, Amy Ryan, Danny Glover, and Barry Pepper co-star. Directed by Chris Wedge (Chris Wedge, Chris Wedge). ~ Jack Rodgers, Rovi

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