The Wall Street Journal Should Correct Itself on Canada’s Oilsands

The Wall Street Journal Should Correct Itself on Canada’s Oilsands

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...

Resources for Good: 17,720 lbs. of Food Donated to Families in Need During Holidays

Resources for Good: 17,720 lbs. of Food Donated to Families in Need During Holidays

Photos Courtesty of Inter Pipeline Canada's natural resources sector supports Canadian communities by providing millions of jobs and generating tens of billions of dollars in government revenues each year. In many instances, these companies make financial donations and commit...

Reality: It’s 2022, and Strong Global Oil Demand is Here to Stay

Reality: It’s 2022, and Strong Global Oil Demand is Here to Stay

It's now 2022, and despite all the predictions of “peak oil” over the past few years, growing global oil demand is here to stay. In light of the energy crises seen globally throughout 2021, it’s abundantly clear that the world will need all forms of supply to keep the lights ...

Supporter Spotlight: Allison Ammeter - January 2022

Supporter Spotlight: Allison Ammeter - January 2022

“Supporter Spotlight” features Canadians with a passion for Canada’s Natural Resource sector. Our spotlight for January 2022 is Allison Ammeter. Allison is a farmer in Central Alberta and talks to us about the importance of agriculture for our communities, economy and environm...

3 Ways Natural Resources Make the Winter Holidays Possible for Canadians

3 Ways Natural Resources Make the Winter Holidays Possible for Canadians

From everyone at Canada Action, we want to welcome you to 2022! We couldn't be more excited to carry our passion, advocacy and education on the importance of Canada's resource industries into the new year. We want to take some time to reflect on the crucial variety of natural...

Q&A: Pipeline Protests & Indigenous Peoples in Canada

Q&A: Pipeline Protests & Indigenous Peoples in Canada

Have you realized yet that pipeline protesters misrepresent Indigenous supporters of natural resource projects? If not, you’ll want to continue reading on, because a majority of Indigenous Peoples in Canada support the responsible development of natural resources, myself incl...

Europe, Japan, South Korea Turn to Natural Gas for Future Energy Needs, a Huge Opportunity for Canada

Europe, Japan, South Korea Turn to Natural Gas for Future Energy Needs, a Huge Opportunity for Canada

Governments in Europe and Asia are now considering more investment into nuclear and gas power generation as energy supply crises continue to take their toll on nations worldwide, presenting a huge opportunity for resource-rich Canada in 2022 and beyond.The European Commission...

MYTH: Wet’suwet’en Do Not Support Coastal GasLink

MYTH: Wet’suwet’en Do Not Support Coastal GasLink

Are the Wet’suwet’en People against the Coastal GasLink pipeline in Canada? It’s a question that many of us are asking as we enter into the new year and protestors ramp up their efforts to delay the project's construction. Part of their tactics includes using language that see...

Canada Action’s Best Graphics of 2021

Canada Action’s Best Graphics of 2021

Every year, Canada Action produces hundreds of new infographics that help us pack big messages into a single image. While some of these graphics are meant for events or giveaways, others resonate deeply with our followers and proliferate online across platforms such as Facebo...

Canada Action’s Top 20 Tweets of 2021

Canada Action’s Top 20 Tweets of 2021

Canada Action has once again had an incredibly successful year in 2021, surpassing our online reach in 2020 on various social media platforms such as Twitter. To celebrate that success and make sure we head into the next year running full speed, we’ve compiled a list of some ...