Hey Canada, Look to the U.S. On How to Speed Up LNG Development

Hey Canada, Look to the U.S. On How to Speed Up LNG Development!

Canada has a lot to learn from its “big brother” when it comes to developing domestic energy resources. For decades, our closest ally and trade partner – the U.S. – depended on the world for energy. Today, it has become the world’s top producer of both crude oil and natural g...

Canada Needs More Pipelines and Transmission Lines. Here’s Why.

Canada Needs More Pipelines and Transmission Lines. Here’s Why.

Canada’s status as one of the world’s most responsible producers and exporters of energy means we should be doing everything we can to provide our sustainably produced oil, natural gas, uranium, electricity and renewables to a world in dire need. Yes, that means building more...

Copper Mining in Canada: Everything You Need to Know

Copper Mining in Canada: Everything You Need to Know

Did you know that Canada is a global leader in copper production?! Copper is a soft, malleable and corrosion-resistant metal with the ability to conduct heat and electricity. Because of its conductive properties, the metal is a critical component in countless day-to-day produ...

20 Facts You Didn't Know About Canadian Pipelines

20 Facts You Didn't Know About Canadian Pipelines

Oil and gas pipelines in Canada have been a frequent topic of discussion in the public domain for a decade or more. While most of us have a good idea of their purpose and the energy abundance they afford us, not everyone is on the same page about the necessity of Canada’s hug...

Supporter Spotlight: Bronwyn Eyre - May 2022

Supporter Spotlight: Bronwyn Eyre - May 2022

"Supporter Spotlight" features Canadians with a passion for Canada's Natural Resource sector. Our spotlight this month is Minister Bronwyn Eyre. As the Minister of Energy and Resources MLA for Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota, Minister Eyre is a Canadian energy and resources advoc...

Natural Resources Are For All to Share in Canada, Indigenous Peoples Included!

Natural Resources Are For All to Share in Canada, Indigenous Peoples Included!

Who can deny that Canada doesn’t have some of the best natural resources in the world -- more than pristine parks, mountain landscapes and crystal-clear water. The abundance of farmland, aquaculture, forests, oil, natural gas, minerals and metals makes Canada a “land of oppor...

60+ Essential Wood Products Made Possible by Canadian Forestry

60+ Essential Wood Products Made Possible by Canadian Forestry

Forests are where Canadians love to live, work and play. Covering ~40% of Canada's land, forests have become deeply ingrained into the everyday lives of millions of Canadians. It makes sense; approximately 23 million of us live in or near forests, about two-thirds of Canada's...

Why You Should Support Canadian Canola Farmers

Why You Should Support Canadian Canola Farmers

Bright yellow canola fields are an iconic summer scene experienced by locals and tourists alike in Western Canada. But what not many people know is that the canola plant is so much more than part of the beautiful scenery the prairie provinces are known for – it was made right...

How Are Natural Resources Used in the Transportation Sector?

How Are Natural Resources Used in the Transportation Sector?

Bikes, trains, family cars, buses, trucks, planes, and ships are all types of transportation that are deeply ingrained into our daily lives. To get from point A to B to C and back again, we require safe and reliable methods of transport, all of which utilize huge amounts of n...

Resources for Good: $2.5 Million Donated to Grand Prairie Initiatives

Resources for Good: $2.5 Million Donated to Grand Prairie Initiatives

Canada's natural resources sector benefits Canadians in many different ways. Some examples include economic contributions to government revenues and jobs but also through donations to communities that often go unnoticed. As well, volunteer commitments and other community supp...