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To meet 2030 and 2050 emissions goals, Canada and the United States need to experiment with innovative approaches to decarbonization. This week on Canusa Street, the stakeholders behind the Open Access Wabamun Carbon Hub in Alberta join us to discuss how the project can be a model for carbon capture projects, Indigenous engagement, and a new approach to energy on both sides of the border.

Guests

Adam Chalkley Headshot

Adam Chalkley

Director of Low Carbon Development, Enbridge
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Kate Chisholm

Senior Vice President, Planning, External Relations and Chief Sustainability Officer at Capital Power
Billy Morin Headshot

Chief Billy Morin

Chief of Enoch Cree Nation Maskekosihk

Moderators

Chris Sands

Christopher Sands

Director, Canada Institute
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Maryscott "Scotty" Greenwood

Chief Executive Officer, Canadian American Business Council

Canada Institute

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