DEBATE: Should Canada Be Taxing

DEBATE: Should Canada Be Taxing "Big" Oil's Excess Profits?

Global energy shortages driven by the pandemic, underinvestment in supply and now the war in Ukraine has shot energy prices sky high for consumers around the globe. As a result, energy companies are seeing record revenues, leading some politicians and activists to demand a ne...

Majority of Canadians Support Canada's Role as Responsible Energy Producer & Exporter: POLL

Majority of Canadians Support Canada's Role as Responsible Energy Producer & Exporter: POLL

September 20th, 2022 - A new poll has found that a growing number of Canadians support our country’s role as a responsible and reliable global energy producer and exporter. According to the poll - conducted by Research Co. on behalf of Canada Action - a majority of Canadians,...

What Do Fertilizer & Energy Have in Common? - Newsletter: September 2022

What Do Fertilizer & Energy Have in Common? - Newsletter: September 2022

Dear Visitor -- Much of the world now finds itself desperately short of several major resources. Almost all of which, Canada has the ability to produce and supply. However, to do so will require the continued support of millions of grassroots Canadians who want to see our nat...

5 Reasons Why Oil & Gas Divestment in Canada is Not Good for Canadians or the Global Environment

5 Reasons Why Oil & Gas Divestment in Canada is Not Good for Canadians or the Global Environment

Is divestment from Canadian oil and gas the way forward in an energy transformation? It’s a good question, and one that Canada Action has touched on many times – the most recent of which was in a debate with The Wilderness Committee on Vancouver radio. In this debate, you’ll ...

Why Should You Support Democratic Oil Producers Like Canada vs. the Alternative?

Why Should You Support Democratic Oil Producers Like Canada vs. the Alternative?

In a world where most of our oil is produced by national oil companies (NOCs), we need to remind ourselves that it absolutely does matter where you source your energy from.A recent article by The Economist highlights several important facts that should concern any nation look...

Canadian Forestry FAQ: 5 Common Questions & Answers

Canadian Forestry FAQ: 5 Common Questions & Answers

Does Canada take care of its forests? Is Canadian lumber sustainable? How does forestry contribute to Canada’s economy? These are all excellent questions about Canadian forestry we can answer by digging into the facts. Home to about 9% of the world’s total forest cover, Canad...

20 Examples of Canadian Farmers Reducing GHG Emissions & Protecting the Environment

20 Examples of Canadian Farmers Reducing GHG Emissions & Protecting the Environment

Did you know Canadian farmers are world-class in reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and protecting the environment? In light of the federal government’s announcement to reduce GHGs from fertilizer use on farms across the country by 30%, we must recognize the incredible p...

Is There a 'Business Case' for Canadian Liquefied Natural Gas? Just Ask These 12 Countries.

Is There a 'Business Case' for Canadian Liquefied Natural Gas? Just Ask These 12 Countries.

Europe’s unfolding energy crisis and desire to find new sources for energy supplies has led to fierce debate about developing new liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminals on Canada’s coastlines. The discussion raises the question: is there a “business case” for new Canadi...

35 Examples of How Energy Shortages Negatively Affect People, Prosperity and the Planet

35 Examples of How Energy Shortages Negatively Affect People, Prosperity and the Planet

An energy crisis has been developing across the world over the past few years. Exacerbated by the war in Ukraine, these supply shortages are accompanied by many real-world consequences for people, prosperity, and the planet. Here are more than 30 tweets showing us all just wh...

Does Indigenous Ownership in Resource Projects Change Everything?

Does Indigenous Ownership in Resource Projects Change Everything?

The Indigenous Resource Network recently launched its “Ownership Changes Everything” campaign to advocate for Indigenous ownership in the natural resources sector. Many people ask why Indigenous Peoples don’t have a loan program in place for their communities, and how would F...