Renewable Energy in Alberta: 16 Facts

Renewable Energy in Alberta: 16 Facts

Did you know that Alberta – Canada's oil and gas powerhouse province –  is a global leader in renewable energy?! Located on the brim of the Rocky Mountains, the Western Canadian province utilizes strong winds from the Pacific Ocean that rush across the mountain tops down onto...

LISTEN: Canadians Can Help Provide Global Energy Security While Benefitting the Environment

LISTEN: Canadians Can Help Provide Global Energy Security While Benefitting the Environment

The war in Ukraine has pushed global energy security and responsible supply chains further into the limelight, while also disrupting energy development plans in many countries that have turned coal power plants back on and restarted discussions for nuclear power. Amid critica...

Polls Find Most Canadians Believe Our Oil & Gas is a Force for Good on the World Stage

Polls Find Most Canadians Believe Our Oil & Gas is a Force for Good on the World Stage

A recent series of public opinion polls have found that a majority of Canadians believe our oil and natural gas have a bigger role to play in contributing to global energy security and helping climate action. According to the polls: > 72% of Canadians think our country sho...

Awesome New Public Opinion Poll Results - Newsletter: October 2022

Awesome New Public Opinion Poll Results - Newsletter: October 2022

Dear Visitor -- We are thankful for your continued support. Together we are making a difference! Our latest national public opinion poll has found that a growing number of Canadians support our country’s role as a responsible and reliable global energy producer.  Together, we...

Supporter Spotlight: Bob Merasty - October 2022

Supporter Spotlight: Bob Merasty - October 2022

“Supporter Spotlight” features Canadians with a passion for Canada’s Natural Resource sector. Our spotlight this month is Robert Merasty, the Executive Director of the Indigenous Resource Network. We talk to Bob about the importance of natural resource development for Indigeno...

For Canada, Indigenous Economic Reconciliation Happens Through Resource Development

For Canada, Indigenous Economic Reconciliation Happens Through Resource Development

It’s Wednesday morning, I sit at my computer ready to start my day and hear an alert, as the headline “Largest energy-related Indigenous economic partnership transaction in North America” displays across my screen. The first thing that comes to my mind is “this is huge news.”...

The Growing Disconnect Between Protest Movements and Natural Resources

The Growing Disconnect Between Protest Movements and Natural Resources

"Let's leave fossil fuels in the ground." I don't know how often I've seen someone say this online and in real life. Quite frankly, this phrase - and others like it - show the growing disconnect between protest movements and the natural resources that underpin our contemporar...

OPEC's Latest Oil Production Cuts Show Why the West Must Look to Canadian Energy

OPEC's Latest Oil Production Cuts Show Why the West Must Look to Canadian Energy

OPEC+, a group of the world's most influential oil producers, agreed to deep output cuts on Wednesday in an attempt to boost crude prices, despite calls from Western nations to pump more to help support the global economy. The 2 million barrel per day reduction from November ...

Scrap the Emissions Cap on Oil & Gas in Canada for the Sake of Indigenous Communities

Scrap the Emissions Cap on Oil & Gas in Canada for the Sake of Indigenous Communities

Interpreting the emissions cap on oil and gas in Canada from an Indigenous viewpoint begs me to ask the question: will it affect natural resource investments and impact Indigenous communities? Fulfilling Canada’s Global Objectives  Canada is a highly responsible and ethical ...

DEBATE: Does the Oil & Gas Divestment Campaign Hurt or Help Canadians?

DEBATE: Does the Oil & Gas Divestment Campaign Hurt or Help Canadians?

Mark Ruffalo and other Hollywood Celebrities have continued to call for divestment from Canadian oil and gas, saying that projects like Coastal GasLink are in direct violation of the rights of First Nations communities. Also see MYTH: Wet'suwet'en Do Not Support CGL Pipeline....