A Strong Year for Canadian Resources: Newsletter - December 2021

Canada Action December Newsletter 2021

Dear Visitor,

This Christmas and holiday season we wanted to thank all of our supporters for another strong year of speaking up about the importance of Canadian resource development.

With energy shortages around the world and a renewed focus on our economic recovery from COVID it has brought the importance of Canadian resource development to the forefront.

Looking back at 2021 the supply shortages that we are increasingly hearing about in the news are evidence that the world needs more of what Canada has to offer.

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In the News

Canada a Climate Leader in an Energy-Starved World

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How You Can Help

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Millions of people have viewed and engaged with our content of the Wetʼsuwetʼen matriarchs who support Coastal GasLink and LNG development. Here is some of the most popular content here: www.factcheckcgl.ca

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Mining in Canada: 65+ Facts

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The mining sector is especially important for those found in rural areas of Canada that often depend almost entirely on economic activity spurred by natural resources.

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Canadian LNG Can Help Prevent Global Natural Gas Shortages

canadian LNG can help prevent global energy shortages

Canada has the gas reserves and technical know-how to help supply the world with the energy it needs, we just have to kickstart the development of our LNG industry and stop lagging behind competitors such as the U.S.

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Supporter Spotlight:
Susan Mulkey of the BC Community Forest Association

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Our spotlight this month is Susan Mulkey from the British Columbia Community Forest Association. Susan talks to us about the importance of forestry for our communities, economy and environment.

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