We Are the Overwhelming Majority!

Canadians support natural resource development

Do you support Canada's natural resource industries?


Canadians agree: Our natural resource industries can and should lead the way through our post-COVID recovery!

No matter where you live in Canada, we’ve all benefited from our world-class natural resources sector. We are feeding, building and powering the world.

Canada is one of the largest global producers of important resources - and we should be proud of it.

Billions of dollars of tax revenues are generated for our governments.

Millions of Canadian families work in good paying natural resource jobs.

Thousands of companies and workers are giving back to their communities through charitable donations and community support.

Members of your family may even work in a natural resource industry directly.

Whether it’s through fishing in the Maritimes, mining in the Canadian shield, farming in the prairies, energy in the oil sands or forestry on the west coast - natural resources are at the core of who we are.

And what’s most impressive, is that we do it all with adherence to some of the strongest environmental and safety regulations in the world.

So, it’s not surprising that, according to a new Ipsos poll, 75 percent of Canadians believe any recovery from COVID-19 should incorporate Canada’s natural resource industries, while still protecting the environment.

As we look to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s more important than ever that we take a stand, and demand that our nation’s leaders embrace our roots.

Sign the pledge now, to add your name to the list of Canadians who support our resource sectors.

Canada needs you! Tell Ottawa that you support a balanced approach to economic recovery, and that getting our economy back on its feet as soon as possible should be the absolute priority. We can continue to develop our resources responsibly, the Canadian way, while we also continue to support environmental leadership. Please act TODAY! Thanks!

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