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Tag Us: Hashtag us using #CanadaAction or @CanadaAction showing your support of our natural resource sector with signs, stickers, or any of our apparel and we'll share your photo across our social media platforms!
Spread the Word
Canadians talking to Canadians: Have a balanced conversation and learn about different perspectives from your fellow Canadians, whenever and wherever you can! Every little bit helps!
Share your thoughts: Complete our survey and let us know what you think about the development of natural resources in Canada.
Students for Canada (SFC)
Are you a Canadian student?
Do you care about the role our natural resource projects will have for people, prosperity and our planet in the future?
Would you be interested in learning more about the diversity of opinions of young Canadians that are different from what is shown in the media?
Students for Canada (SFC) is an organization for Canadians under 30 who care about balancing the importance of our people, planet and prosperity.
SFC is Canada Action’s youth advocacy initiative, created by students, for students. SFC is a grassroots movement on campuses and in communities across Canada that encourages balanced and positive conversations about our natural resources.
Check out Students For Canada for more information on how you can get involved.
Indigenous Resource Network (IRN)
Are you an Indigenous Canadian?
Are you interested in learning more about Indigenous perspectives on resource development?
The Indigenous Resource Network was established in May 2020 to provide a platform for Indigenous workers, business owners and leaders who support Indigenous engagement in the resource sector.
Check out the Indigenous Resource Network to learn more.