Corb On-Air (and Water)

October 2011
Alberta Views;Oct2011, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p20
An interview with musician Corb Lund regarding the neo-prudentist politics, and conservation, and oil industry in Alberta. When asked about the hard look in the oil drilling and its effects in the song that he sang, he refers to his friends that worked in an oil patch. He believes that people can do better jobs in protecting the natural resources. He adds that he was a neo-prudentist that looks at every issue and see its own merits.


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