Greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) have been a topic of hot debate in Canada as of late, especially when it comes to new pipelines and carbon taxes.
To shed some light on energy use and GHG emissions in Canada, we delved into recent articles released on The Daily at Statistics Canada and found some interesting data for 2016.
Reduced GHG emissions were made across all industries except for one, while all but two managed to reduce their total national energy consumption.
Here’s some of the key points taken from the report Energy use and greenhouse gas emissions by industries and households, released September 7th, 2018:Read more
How can you support Canadian energy and the opportunities that mega-projects like the Trans Mountain expansion, Keystone XL pipeline and BC LNG would bring to our nation?
Truth is that we as Canadians needs to stand up for our prosperity! We cannot let loud vocal minorities dominate the conversation with mis-information concerning our energy sector any longer!
Every voice counts in this battle for Canada’s economic future. Here are a few simple ways you can get involved in the conversation and do your part:Read more
You might have an idea as to how much petroleum is a part of your daily life. I mean, the gas in your car and the oil in its engine are a given, right? But what about those products made with some petroleum-derived material that aren’t the usual suspects?
I mean, who would of thought that the crayons your kids are using to scribble in those colouring books are made from paraffin wax, a substance created from petroleum? What about the lipstick you just put on, or that which you have on your cheek unknowingly after a kiss from your mom?
Depending on the brand, that lipstick could have very well been made using mineral oil or petrolatum, both of which are by-products of refining crude oil to make petroleum products such as gasoline.
These are just a few of the every day items we use as consumers that we might not think or would suspect are made from petroleum. What others are there?Read more
"The spokesperson for a gaggle of eco-friendly, sustainable-energy types had a counter-intuitive message for B.C. NDP Premier John Horgan. Support the damn oil pipeline."Read more
Let me be very clear about social media; we’re strongly committed to it as a way for Canada Action to speak to Canadian citizens like you and your colleagues, friends and family.Read more