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How Important is Oil to the Canadian Economy?

Whether you like it or not, oil is a very important part of the Canadian economy. It's been said revenues generated by the oil and gas industry “pay the rent” in our country, not to mention the sector provides hundreds of thousands of direct and indirect jobs from coast-to-coast. Yet, many Canadi...


Canada Ranks 12th on OECD Environmental Performance Index 2020

Some good news! The Fraser Institute’s annual environmental performance index has ranked Canada 12th out of 33 high-income OECD countries! Called the Environmental Ranking for Canada and the OECD - 2nd Edition, Canada dropped from 10th place to 12th versus its 2018 counterpart but still ranks wel...


Post Coronavirus: Let’s Unite Canada for the Sake of Our Country

Amid the global coronavirus pandemic we’re seeing a heightened sense of community across our country, with Canadians showing through action that their attitude is one of “we’re in this together,” and have a strong resolve to overcome COVID-19 in the same fashion.


45+ Good News Stories From Across Canada Amid Coronavirus Emergency

Let’s take a look at some good news happening across Canada during the COVID-19 emergency, shall we?  


WCS vs. WTI Oil Price – What's the Difference? A Big One for Canada!

Canadian oil has been setting some records over the past few years but in all the wrong ways. In late 2018 for example, the differential between WCS and WTI set a record high, reaching a $50 price differential. And just recently another unwanted record was set for WCS. Amid the coronavirus outbre...


POLL: Most Canadians Support Assistance for Oil and Gas Sector Amid Coronavir...

Amid the COVID-19 outbreak and OPEC+ price war, there’s no sector in Canada being hit harder than oil and gas. Thankfully the federal government has promised to provide aid to the beleaguered industry during this challenging time. And, great news is that people from coast-to-coast are in support...


Canada’s Heroes: Critical Roles During a Pandemic Emergency

The saying “not all heroes wear capes” could not ring any truer than in a time like this. Canadians from coast-to-coast are waking up to this truth as we all are encouraged to practice physical distancing and stay at home to prevent the spread of COVID-1 because not everyone has the opportunity t...


WATCH: Wet’suwet’en Matriarch Says They Did Not Give Permission to Protest

Rita George is a Wet’suwet’en Matriarch and hereditary sub chief who today is speaking out against the so called “solidarity” protests happening across Canada under her nation’s name. As an 80 year old in the Gidimt’en Clan (Bear Clan), she helped translate a seminal Supreme Court of Canada decis...


WATCH: Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chief Says Her Nation Supports Pipeline

Are all Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs against the Coastal GasLink pipeline? According to several sources, only 5 of 13 are opposed, leaving a handful of others who are proponents to the project out of the conversation. Helen Michelle has been a Wet'suwet'en Hereditary Chief with the Skin Tyee Na...


Wet’suwet’en Member Says Her People Are Being Misinformed on Gas Pipeline [VI...

You've seen it all over social media: Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs are united against the Coastal GasLink project. But are they? Once again, we hope that media who report on this carefully orchestrated PR stunt will also take the time to hear the other side of the story, from Indigenous Peoples...


Canada Will Lose if Frontier Oil Sands is Not Approved, Here's Why

With the federal government’s decision on Frontier oil sands mine coming soon, it’s more important than ever to explain why all us Canadians should put our full support behind this historic project. If Teck is not allowed to proceed, it will be another nail in the coffin for Canada's oil and gas ...


Indigenous Reconciliation in the Oil Sands: 10+ Examples

Countless years of unbalanced media coverage on First Nations and natural resources in Alberta would lead any unknowing viewer to believe that the Aboriginal communities near oil sands operations are not pro-development. This could not be any further from the truth.