Dear Visitor --
Thank you for your being part of Canada Action's growing movement of natural resources supporters.
Last year, we collectively made a huge positive impact on Canada’s discussion about why resources matter.
Looking forward, 2023 is shaping up to be a very big year for Canadian resources. As countries continue to scramble for responsibly produced energy and other major resources, Canada is able to meet the call.
One great example of this is the much-discussed Trans Mountain Pipeline, which is nearing the final stages of its construction. When the project is completed it will help Canada maximize the value of our exports while providing the world with responsibly produced energy.
If we want to see more investments like this here in Canada, we - as grassroots Canadians - need to continue voicing and showing our support for the Canadian energy sector. With your support, the families who are working hard to heat our homes and power our communities can keep on doing what they do best.
Students Standing Up for Canadian Resources
Listen to the debate between Ryan Fournier, student at the University of Ottawa and member of Young Canadians for Resources and Peter McCartney, climate change campaigner discuss Canadian energy and how it compares to that from countries abroad. Global oil and gas demand are growing. Who would you choose to get your energy from?
How You Can Help
Balancing the Conversation:
3 Pragmatic Questions for Anti-Resource Development Activists
Canada Action is passionate about pursuing honest, fact-based and non-partisan discussions on natural resources and how they play a huge role in almost every aspect of our contemporary lifestyle. Part of those discussions involves asking anti-resource development activists to make sense of their stances on various topics.
Setting the Environmental Record Straight
Canadian Oil & Gas Not "High Cost" or "Economically Unviable" to Produce: REPORT
How many times have you heard the claim that oil sands production is "too expensive" for the sector’s longevity in a world looking to reduce its reliance on fossil fuels? A new report by the C.D. Howe Institute puts those false claims to rest – for good.
Supporting Indigenous Economic Prosperity
Ksi Lisims LNG Given ‘OK’ by CER, Now it’s the Minister’s Turn
Great news for Nisga’a Nation, British Columbians and Canadians came out of the Canada Energy Regulator’s (CER) office last week. Ksi Lisims LNG, an Indigenous-led project on the coast of northwestern British Columbia, has been given a stamp of approval by the CER to export natural gas in the form of LNG.
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