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Fossil Fuels to Account for 68% of Global Energy Supply by 2050: REPORT

This blog has been edited due to Bill C-59 The world will need all forms of energy to accompany a global population of roughly 9.7 billion by 2050 ExxonMobil’s latest annual energy outlook sheds light on what it believes the world will look like in 2050.  With billions more people, more prosperi...


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...


Canada Ranks 11th on the Global Peace Index 2023

This blog has been edited due to Bill C-59 Canada once again ranks as one of the most peaceful nations in the world! Placing 11th out of 163 countries on the Institute for Economics and Peace's (IEP) 17th annual Global Peace Index (GPI) 2023, Canada shows why it should be a go-to destination for...


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...


Geothermal Energy in Canada: 12 Facts

This blog has been edited due to Bill C-59 Geothermal energy – a renewable energy source – has gained global attention as many nations strive for alternative power alternatives. Canada, known for its vast natural resources, possesses immense potential for geothermal energy development, which cou...


11 Images of Canadian Natural Resources Generated by Artificial Intelligence

This blog has been edited due to Bill C-59 Artificial intelligence (AI) has been all the hype lately. The dawn of AI-generated images on the internet has many people wondering if some photos they now see online are real. It is true; some AI images are so realistic that it is hard, if not sometim...


Canada Ranks 16th on Index of Economic Freedom 2023

This blog has been edited due to Bill C-59 Canada has again received top marks among its international peers, this time on the Heritage Foundation’s Index of Economic Freedom 2023. Placing 16th overall out of 184 countries, Canada’s high ranking on the 29th annual version of the index is yet ano...


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 supply chains 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 n...


15 Examples of Past, Present & Future 'Peak Oil' Predictions

This blog has been edited due to Bill C-59 The concept of 'peak oil' has a long and inaccurate history. According to prominent economist and oil analyst David Yergin, the first predictions of peak oil production go way back to the 1880s when some American experts believed the exhaustion of Penns...


When Will Tales of 'Peak Oil' Finally Come True?

This blog has been edited due to Bill C-59 When the last global pandemic spread worldwide, people everywhere bunkered down at home to ride out the virus. The use of petroleum products dropped drastically as a result, with global oil consumption bottoming out at about 70% of pre-pandemic levels i...


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...


The “Trickle-Down” Effect of Canadian Oil & Gas

This blog has been edited due to Bill C-59 Canada Day has come and gone and it is evident how much Canadians love our country. Despite our regional differences, there seems to be a general understanding that all provinces and territories are connected, and when one province is doing well, the ot...