2022 is poised to be a very promising year for Canadian resource families, if we collectively choose to step up to the challenge as a nation.
As we start the new year, it seems likely the world will continue to face energy shortages. However, the need doesn’t stop with oil and natural gas. Nations all around the world are grappling with shortages of many other essential commodities, including fertilizer, minerals, affordable food products, lumber and much more.
Canada has both an opportunity and a moral obligation to help our international trading partners by providing them with these resources to fuel their communities.
The world needs Canadian natural resources more than ever, and Canadian farmers, miners, foresters, and energy producers all have their part to play.
Supporting responsibly produced Canadian resources is a huge positive for the global environment and our local Canadian communities. Full stop.
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Q&A: Pipeline Protests & Indigenous Peoples in Canada
"Have you realized yet that pipeline protesters misrepresent Indigenous supporters of natural resource projects? If not, you’ll want to continue reading on, because a majority of Indigenous Peoples in Canada support the responsible development of natural resources, myself included."
Reality: It’s 2022, and Strong Global Oil Demand is Here to Stay
It's now 2022, and despite all the predictions of “peak oil” over the past few years, growing global oil demand is here to stay. In light of the energy crises seen globally throughout 2021, it’s abundantly clear that the world will need all forms of supply to keep the lights on and the economy moving for families around the world.
Our spotlight for January 2022 is Allison Ammeter. Allison is a farmer in Central Alberta and talks to us about the importance of agriculture for our communities, economy and environment.
3 Ways Natural Resources Made the Winter Holidays Possible for Canadians
From everyone at Canada Action, we want to welcome you to 2022! We couldn't be more excited to carry our passion, advocacy and education on the importance of Canada's resource industries into the new year.
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