Canada Action has had another incredibly successful year in 2021, reaching more Canadians from coast-to-coast than ever before with balanced, fact-based and non-partisan discussions surrounding our world-class natural resource sectors. To celebrate this success, we’d like to share with you some of our most popular blogs from the past year that have contributed to our growing online reach across the country.
So, here are Canada Action’s top 10 blogs of 2021! We hope you enjoy these articles and would love it if you'd share them on social media!
October – “Is the world sleepwalking into another energy crisis? No, we aren’t talking about the energy shortages happening around the world currently in 2021, but of another supply shock to follow afterwards as a result of severe underinvestment in the global oil and gas industry.”
October - “Do Indigenous Peoples in Canada support Coastal GasLink (CGL)? The answer is yes, as indicated by the fact that all 20 elected councils of First Nations found along the pipeline’s right-of-way have signed benefit agreements with CGL and publicly stated their support for the project in one way or another.”
August - “The 'Hay West' initiative is not the first time the CFA-FCA – Canada's largest general farm organization representing 200,000 farmers and farm families – has drawn up plans designed to have farmers across the country help each other in times of need.”
July - “Canada, with its diverse geology across 9.985 million square kilometres (km2) of land, is home to an abundance of minerals and metals which underpin a world-class mining industry that supports hundreds of thousands of Canadian families.”
July - “A new public opinion survey conducted by Research Co. on behalf of Canada Action has found that a majority of Canadians across the country support the vital oil and gas sector!
The poll, released on July 14th, showed that 68% of participants ‘agree’ that Canada should be the choice supplier to meet future oil and gas demand, while two-thirds (66%) support Canada’s role as a global oil and gas supplier versus just 19% who were opposed.”
May – “It is no doubt that 2020 brought about drastic change for the oil and gas sector. Faced with a global pandemic, as much as 30 per cent of global oil demand disappeared almost overnight as countries implemented lockdowns and other protectionary measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Many governments were also forced to re-evaluate their strategic and economic calculus - especially those of some of the world's top economies - leading to strengthened commitments to shift towards renewable energy.”
April - “Sustainable mining methods requiring Canadian companies to operate in the most environmentally, socially, and economically responsible way at home are now being adopted by other nations around the world, thanks to the support of domestic mining companies and the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS).”
April – “Generating tens of billions in government revenues each year and employing hundreds of thousands of Canadians, the oil and gas sector is a major economic boon for our nation and an integral part of communities found in 12 of 13 provinces and territories across Canada.
The sector is also a global leader on Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) metrics and a major employer of Indigenous Peoples.”
February - “Canada's forests are so much more than just an economic boon we are blessed to have. Over 23 million people live in or near forests in Canada, and for many of us, these beautiful landscapes are a core part of our Canadian identity as we live, work and play in them year-round.”
January - “Did you know that Canada is a global leader in renewable energy and has been for many years? As the second-largest country in the world, Canada's diversified geography has substantial renewable resources such as moving water, solar, wind, biomass, geothermal and coastal tides that can be utilized to produce energy.”
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