This email marks the one-year anniversary of our Canada Action newsletter, which has landed in hundreds of thousands of inboxes over the past 12 months.
To mark this special occasion, we are launching a merchandising contest. We will be choosing three winners to have their choice of item from our online store mailed to them, free of charge.
To enter, all you have to do is reply to this email explaining why you support the Canadian families who work in our natural resource sectors!
Thank you for being part of the positive and fact-based conversation about why the world needs more responsibly produced Canadian resources!
In the News
Redefining Electric Metals Conference 2021
Watch our Canada Action presentation at the Redefining Electrical Metals Virtual Conference.
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Video by Indigenous Resource Network
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How You Can Help
Check out the TenPeaks youth energy conference, and consider sponsoring a student to attend!
Canada Action is speaking at and sponsoring the TenPeaks conference. With a mission to engage, inspire, and educate Alberta’s youth about energy, the environment, and our climate.
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The Importance of Truth & Reconciliation for Indigenous Peoples in Canada
By Estella Petersen
Fostering economic growth and development in Indigenous communities is crucial to reconciliation. Indigenous involvement in natural resource projects is the obvious answer.
Did You Know? Canada is the Responsible Choice to Meet Global Resource Demand!
Canada, home to a vast wealth of natural resources, has the third-largest per-capita resource endowment in the world, accounting for nearly 1.9 million jobs across the country and 17 per cent of our nation's economy.
Our spotlight this month is Jacob McKinnon, President and COO of Juno Corp an exploration mining company in Northern Ontario. Jacob talks to us about the importance of mining for our communities, economy and environment.
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Wet'suwet'en Members Speak at LNG Rally Do Indigenous Peoples in Canada support the Coastal GasLink (CGL) pipeline? Yes, they do, as indicated by the fact that all 20 elected councils of First Nations found along the pipeline’s right-of-way have signed benefit agreements with...
Canadian forests are everywhere. With about 38 per cent of Canada's landscapes covered by forests, they are an integral part of life for 23 million Canadians who live in or near them. The importance of forests for our environment and the livelihoods of families across Canada ...
Minerals and metals are used to create almost everything around us in some way or another. It's important to understand just where all these goods come from: how they are discovered, extracted, refined and then transformed into products used to improve society and bolster the ...