RECENT ARTICLES Blog
RECENT ARTICLES

Blog


Mining in Canada: 30 Facts & Statistics

Updated August 2023 Canada, with its diverse geology across 9.985 million square kilometres (km2) of land, is home to an abundance of minerals and metals which underpin a world-class mining industry that supports hundreds of thousands of Canadian families. Accounting for 665,000 direct and indir...


Global LNG Timeline Infographic: The World Needs Canadian LNG

How fast is the world developing new liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects? In recent years, at a blistering speed! LNG has been around for centuries. The LNG process was first discovered in 1820 by British Scientist Michael Faraday. Around 100 years later, the first LNG plants were built in the ...


Canadian Agriculture Infographic: Facts, Figures & More!

Agriculture has been intertwined with humanity’s existence throughout our history. For thousands of years, we have relied on agricultural practices to feed our families and societies at large, and today, nothing has changed. Fortunately for Canadians, our vast country is home to some of the most...


The Oil & Gas Emissions Cap is a Cap on Canadian and Indigenous Prosperity

Key Points Capping oil and gas emissions likely means a cap on production, resulting in: • Significantly reduced government revenues, funds used to pay for public programs, infrastructure and jobs • New barriers to Indigenous economic reconciliation via responsible resource development on their l...


Some Exciting Campaign Updates - Newsletter: July 2023

Dear Visitor -- Thank you for continuing to be part of this important movement!  Standing up for the responsible development of Canada's natural resources continues to help move our country - and the world - towards a brighter future. To show our gratitude for your support, we’re giving out free...


Forestry in Alberta: 24 Facts

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 people think of the vast swaths of forests t...


Canadian Oil Sands GHG Intensity Down 23% Since 2009: ANALYSIS

Key Points: · Canada's oil sands GHG intensity average is down 23% since 2009 · Despite a rise in production, absolute oil sands emissions stayed flat in 2022 · The "decoupling" of oil sands production and emissions is making progress Canada’s oil sands producers are well known for their decad...


Canada Has the Most Active Carbon Pricing Initiatives Worldwide

Courtesy of Visual Capitalist A new infographic by Visual Capitalist shows that Canada, the world’s fourth-largest exporter of oil and sixth-largest exporter of natural gas, is where you'll find the most active carbon pricing initiatives worldwide [1]. Canada is home to 15 out of 70 – or more th...


Canada Ranks 11th on the Global Peace Index 2023

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 natural resource investment and developmen...


Developing Canada's LNG Industry is the Pragmatic Thing to Do

Courtesy of LNG Canada Supporting the development of a healthy liquefied natural gas (LNG) sector in Canada is just the right thing to do. Responsibly produced Canadian-made LNG can do many things at once: substantially lower global emissions, generate immense government revenues, support Indige...


DEBATE: How Does Oil & Gas Divestment Affect Indigenous Communities in Canada?

As more First Nations in Canada look to natural resources projects as a means of economic reconciliation, what is the effect of the divestment movement on these communities? Mike Smyth, host of The Mike Smyth Show on 980 CKNW out of Vancouver, joins Cody Battershill, Founder and Chief Spokespers...


Geothermal Energy in Canada: 12 Facts

Geothermal energy – a renewable and sustainable energy source – has gained global attention as many nations strive for lower-emission power alternatives. Canada, known for its vast natural resources, possesses immense potential for geothermal energy development, which could create enormous benef...