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Source: Phil Heidenreich, globalnews.ca, January 16, 2020

Forensic accountant Steve Allan is the commissioner of the $3.5-million inquiry.

Reports commissioned by a provincial inquiry looking into how critics of Alberta’s oil sector are funded are by and large “textbook examples of climate change denialism,” says an associate professor at the University of Calgary’s faculty of law.

Martin Olszynski posted his submission to the inquiry to the law faculty’s website on Thursday. The posting comes after the inquiry posted an update on its progress earlier this week. The deadline for the inquiry’s final report to be submitted to the provincial government is by the end of the month, though a spokesperson for the inquiry said it may face further delays because of obstacles presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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