Did you perchance mean tartans?
- n. Plural form of tarsand.
“And I believe a fair bit of "our" oil and tarsands is on or near "their" land.”
“Mat Simon's calls the tarsands "Turning Gold into Lead" and I quite agree with him.”
“We want to get to that the tarsands are a climate crime.”
“The tarsands are the roadblock to Canada signing onto a meaningful target," said Eriel Tchekwie Deranger, a climate-change activist and member of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation in Alberta.”
“Note he uses the yuckier "tarsands" handle to the cleaner sounding "oilsands" tag.”
“Canada's largest newspaper, The Toronto Star, responded to Kent's appointment this week with its own less sympathetic editorial, noting that Canada's "international reputation as a do-gooder" has taken a pounding lately because of Harper's slowness to act on carbon emissions and especially, "on the question of the Alberta tarsands.”
“But there's still the sticky matter of those tarsands, called "oilsands" by Alberta's image-conscious government and big oil companies.”
“Some syntax appears to work: site: ca tarsands - finds web, news, blogs, images - no video intitle: winter olympics - picks up web, news, images, video, blogs”
“We used to use that bitumen from the tarsands when we ran out of chamois creme.”
“Last spring, the Alberta and US governments signed an agreement to jointly research the use of atomic power for tarsands development.”
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