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Uranium in Canada: Everything You Need to Know

Canada has long been one of the world’s biggest producers and exporters of uranium. The world’s second-largest country is home to the fourth-largest global reserves, almost all of which is produced by the McArthur River and Cigar Lake mines in Northern Saskatchewan, two of the largest and highes...


Potash in Canada: Everything You Need to Know

Did you know that Canada is the world's largest producer and exporter of potash? The Land of Maple Syrup is also home to the largest global potash reserves, with 1.1 billion tonnes - or about 20 per cent of the world's supply! Potash is just one of many natural resources Canada has in abundance,...


Forestry in Quebec: 15 Facts & Statistics

This blog has been edited due to Bill C-59 Did you know that nearly half of Quebec is covered by forests stretching more than 760,000 square kilometres (km2), an area larger than Sweden and Norway combined? It’s no wonder Quebec’s forestry sector is the largest in the country, ahead of British C...


Canada Ranks 2nd on Global Cleantech Innovation Index 2024

This blog has been edited due to Bill C-59 Key Points • Canada ranks 2nd on the Global Cleantech Innovation Index 2024 with 13 companies on the list, behind the U.S. (41) but ahead of the UK (9), Germany (9), France (4) and Australia (3) • 13 out of 100 companies listed on the GCII 2024 were Cana...


Mining in Quebec: 15 Facts, History & More

Did you know that Quebec is a mining powerhouse? As the largest Canadian province by surface area, Quebec’s subsoil comprises a variety of critical and strategic minerals which are important in manufacturing a wide spectrum of modern technologies. Home to hundreds of mines, Quebec’s mining indus...


Aquaculture & Farming in Prince Edward Island: 21 Facts & Statistics

Did you know that Canada’s smallest province, the island of Prince Edward Island, is an absolute aquaculture and farming powerhouse for its size? Home to thousands of farms and fishing vessels, Prince Edward Islanders produce a wide diversity of agricultural and seafood products ranging from fru...


Resources for Good: $900,000 Donation Towards CT Scanner in Kitimat

This blog has been edited due to Bill C-59 The energy, mining, forestry and agriculture sectors are the backbone of Canadian prosperity, providing immense economic opportunities for people across the country. That includes millions of jobs, tens of billions in government revenues, and well over ...


6 Reasons Why the Natural Resources Sector is Critical for Canadian Prosperity

This blog has been edited due to Bill C-59 Just how important is Canada’s natural resource sector to the prosperity of Canadians? Very, very important, to say the least, even for those who may not work in the sector directly (see more below). But don’t take our word for it. Here are several rece...


Forestry in Alberta: 24 Facts

This blog has been edited due to Bill C-59 When you think of Alberta industry, agriculture or energy likely come to mind. But did you know that most of Canada’s energy powerhouse province - more than 60% - is covered by forests? Apart from the tree-lined slopes of the Rocky Mountains, not many p...


Canada Ought to Support Its Own Workforces, Families & Communities

This blog has been edited due to Bill C-59 Trying to figure out motives and agendas in debates on sustainability can sometimes be a waste of time. Other times, it seems obvious. In a report released at the end of June, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) said TC Energy should receive ...


What Natural Resources Does Canada Have in Abundance?

This blog has been edited due to Bill C-59 Crude oil, natural gas, minerals, metals, lumber, seafood, wind, water... you name it, chances are Canada has it. After all, it is the second-largest country in the world with an incredibly diverse array of landscapes and geology from coast to coast. In...


Renewable Energy in Saskatchewan: 19 Facts

Did you know that Saskatchewan has the highest solar potential of all the Canadian provinces? As a result, Canada's prairie province is well-positioned to be a key player in our nation's renewable energy future. Hydroelectricity is currently the province's largest renewable power source, coming ...