New Brunswick Premier David Alward really wants Alberta’s tar sands oil to flow to the world through his province. To accelerate Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s dream of converting Canada into a petro-state dominated by China, the new global colonizer, I should say. Alward is currently on a three-day visit to the heartland of Canada’s mostly-foreign-owned dirty oil for talks with Premier Allison Redford and Big Oil executives.
In the past, Bilderbergers kept the list of conference participants secret. Now they publish the list on their “official” website. The list of participants to this year’s conference, taking place in Chantilly, Virginia, USA, from May 31 to June 3, includes Canadians representing the intersection of corporate and political power in Canada.
Alberta Premier, Alison Redford (pictured), leads the Canadian cast, which also includes: Mark J. Carney (Governor, Bank of Canada); Nigel S. Wright (Chief of Staff, Office of the Prime Minister); W. Edmund Clark (Group President and CEO, TD Bank Group); Frank McKenna (Deputy Chair, TD Bank Group); J. Robert S. Prichard (Chair, Torys LLP); and Heather M. Reisman (CEO, Indigo Books & Music Inc.)