Dear Visitor --
The efforts of millions of Canadians to show their support for responsibly produced Canadian oil and natural gas has made a real difference over the past few years as we see positive polling numbers continue to increase.
Right now, we have another important opportunity to help point Canada's future in the right direction.
There is a federal emissions cap policy being considered that could have serious negative consequences for families, communities and workers along with our nation's entire economy.
The federal government is looking for feedback on this policy.
Please visit this link or see below to submit your positive and respectful feedback in support of Canada's oil and gas workers by Monday, February 5, 2024. — The world is asking for our energy.
Don't Cap Canadian Prosperity
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The proposed policy will indirectly put a hard cap on the amount of oil and natural gas that Canada can produce and thereby put a strict limit on one of our nation’s largest and most important industries. Canadians don’t have to choose between supporting energy workers and protecting the planet. We can do both.
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