Canada Action has had one of the most successful years yet, reaching more people across the country than ever before with balanced, fact-based, non-partisan and honest discussions on our world-class natural resources sector.
To celebrate this success, we’d like to share some of the most popular blogs contributing to our growing online reach from coast-to-coast throughout 2022!
So, here are Canada Action’s top 12 blogs of 2022 in no particular order. Please share any articles with your family and friends – and help spread the word about Canadian natural resources. We thank you in advance!
Nuclear power is a critical part of our country’s energy mix. Not many are that familiar with Canada’s nuclear energy industry, which accounted for about 4 per cent of global nuclear power production in 2019 (sixth globally) in a country that has roughly half a per cent of the world’s population.
Several suggestions from the U.S. over the past several months that it may scale down sanctions on Venezuela to increase oil supplies should make us all think of the Keystone XL (KXL) pipeline. The now-defunct project could have been a stable and reliable source of oil for U.S. refineries for decades.
Forestry products are all around us. Whether it be in the walls of your home, the chair you’re sitting in, or even your pencil, the sheer amount of manufactured goods we use that are made from wood can easily be taken for granted.
Just a few days before, the Aston Martin driver arrived at the Montreal event wearing a shirt that read “STOP MINING TAR SANDS” and “CANADA’S CLIMATE CRIME” in protest of the Canadian oil and gas sector.
Canada has once again topped the Green Future Index (GFI), placing 15th among 76 global economies ranked on their progress and commitment to building a more sustainable and low-carbon future.
The Trans Mountain Expansion (TMX) is a pipeline underway in Western Canada which will transport petroleum liquids west to domestic refineries and for export abroad. Like all other Canadian pipelines, TMX has met stiff opposition from activists who have spoken several mistruths about the expansion project.
Did you know that Canada is a global leader in the deployment of carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) -- so much in fact, that our sector is an ideal model for the world?!
Farming in Canada is serious business! Like other natural resource sectors, the farming sector contributes massively to the livelihoods of Canadians in several direct and indirect ways.
The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) is one of the largest newspapers in the world with one of the largest followings, therefore you are inclined to believe that it does everything it can to disseminate balanced and fact-based journalism to its readers.
However, a recent post by the organization titled “One of the World’s Dirtiest Oil Patches Is Pumping More Than Ever” discussing Canada’s oilsands is anything but fair or balanced.
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Yet again, Canada Action has had another very successful year 2022, reaching more and more Canadians across the country with our balanced, fact-based and non-partisan discussions on our world-class natural resources. A large part of our content in 2022 centred around liquefie...
Canada Action had yet another incredibly successful year in 2022, reaching increasingly more Canadians across the country year-over-year with our balanced, fact-based and non-partisan discussions on our world-class natural resources. To celebrate that success, we’ve compiled ...
Have you seen The World Without Canada on your streaming service or cable television? If not, we suggest you put it on your watch list! Produced by the History Channel in 2017, the three-episode documentary explores what the world would look like without Canada. Episode one...