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In this story, the Norwegian journalists writes: "CO2-satsingen tilsvarer 600 dollar (over 4000 kroner) per innbygger. Men Greenpeace mener pengene er bortkastet." How is $600 Canadian currency over 4000 NOK? This is wrong. This is an example of how many norwegian journalists writing stories about Canada, think that the currency used in Canada is the USA's currency. This amount of $600 Canadian (as the story is from Canada, not from the USA) is converted $600 CAD x 5.5 NOK = 3,300 NOK. This must think we use the USA's currency in Canada, and converted the $600 CAD, with the USD-NOK exchange rate = $600 USD x 6.7NOK = 4020 NOK. Why do so many Canadian stories with Canadian currency get converted with the USD-NOK exchange rate instead of the correct CAD-NOK rate? This would be like a Canadian journalist converting Norwegian currency with the EURO or Swedish Crown rate. Further into the story the journalists writes: " – I det minste vil en innbygger bli spart for å få 600 dollar av sine penger bortkastet på Stelmachs CCS-plan, sa Mike Hudema i Greenpeace. Ed Stelmach er statsminister i provinsen." This is also wrong. Canadian provinces don't have Prime Ministers, there is only one Prime Minister in Canada, and this is the leader of Canada. Canadian provinces are lead by what are called PREMIERS, and Stelmach is the Premier of Alberta.