Neal Irvine

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Although he types loudly and awkwardly using only two thumbs and four fingers, Neal Irvine writes with his heart and soul, his audience in mind, and a large coffee close by.

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17
October
2016
The aroma of rotten eggs smells like money to some Albertans. In 2015, sulphur accounted for $420 million of Alberta’s energy-resource production, a small portion compared to the $67 billion
15
August
2016
Swiss psychologist Carl Jung said that the most intense conflicts, if overcome, leave behind a sense of security and calm that is not easily disturbed. That’s why alternative dispute
28
June
2016
When you’re tasked with protecting dams related to oil and gas development, the last thing you want to do is hold back, especially when you’re trying to hold everything back. So when