Regenerative Agriculture in Canada: 11 Facts

Regenerative Agriculture in Canada: 11 Facts

Canada's agricultural sector has long been known for its commitment to producing its products in the most environmentally friendly ways possible. Hence, regenerative agriculture in Canada is practiced on farms across the country, helping to combat climate change, improve wate...

Global Energy Security & Canada's Role: 20 Resources

Global Energy Security & Canada's Role: 20 Resources

As the world looks on at events in Europe and energy shortages hit countries worldwide, policymakers are now taking a long, hard look at past choices they've made surrounding energy security and supply sources. Europe - currently spending as much as $1 billion a day importing...

5 Realities Anti-Canadian Energy Activists Choose to Ignore

5 Realities Anti-Canadian Energy Activists Choose to Ignore

Key Points • Global demand for fossil fuels is at record levels and still growing. • The energy “transition” will take a lot longer than anti-Canadian energy activists suggest. • Stopping Canadian energy projects does nothing to keep oil and gas from being produced or consu...

Asking Canadian Banks to Divest from Canadian Oil & Gas Doesn’t Help the Environment

Asking Canadian Banks to Divest from Canadian Oil & Gas Doesn’t Help the Environment

As global energy supplies continue to tighten and families across the globe are forced to choose between buying food or heating their homes, attacking Canadian banks for supporting domestic energy producers only makes things worse.In late February, Greenpeace announced it wou...

Canadian LNG Can Provide Energy Security to the World

Canadian LNG Can Provide Energy Security to the World

Current energy shortages and resource scarcity happening globally might seem somewhat surreal for most Canadians. As the world's fourth-largest producer of crude oil, uranium and renewable electricity, and sixth-largest producer of natural gas, we've always had access to an a...

Why Bay du Nord Offshore Project is Critical for Canada & the World

Why Bay du Nord Offshore Project is Critical for Canada & the World

Courtesy of Equinor The Bay Du Nord Offshore Project is critically important for Canadians amid a time when global oil demand continues to grow and the world is focussed on diversifying supply sources. With an imminent "yes" or "no" decision by the federal Environment Ministe...

Farming in Ontario: 26 Facts

Farming in Ontario: 26 Facts

Glimmering gold and other precious minerals and metals are what most people think of when it comes to Ontario's natural resources. But what many people don't know is that farming in Ontario is also a critical resource sector for families across the province and a major contri...

State-Owned Oil & Energy Security: Can Canada Compete?

State-Owned Oil & Energy Security: Can Canada Compete?

It used to be that the ‘seven sisters’ – the large private oil companies that today have been consolidated into BP, Chevron, ExxonMobil, and Shell – had monopolies on global oil production. Ahead of the 1973 oil crisis they controlled 85% of global oil reserves.But nationaliz...

How Resource Development Can Help Indigenous Communities in Canada

How Resource Development Can Help Indigenous Communities in Canada

Canadian oil and gas seems to always be in the spotlight a lot. Whether it’s international, across the southern border or in our own country, we like to talk about what should happen to the oil and gas industry. But something we don’t always discuss is how many Indigenous Peo...

Carbon Capture is a Win-Win for Canadians & the Global Environment

Carbon Capture is a Win-Win for Canadians & the Global Environment

At a time when the world needs reliable, affordable and responsibly produced energy more than ever, Canadian oil and gas producers are rising to meet the challenge.  What’s impressive is that these companies produce energy with environmental excellence as a top priority. Our ...