Canadian Oil & Gas and Public Infrastructure: What Does $45 Billion Pay For?

Speaking frankly, it is extremely difficult to fathom just how much a “billion dollars” is. For example, we often hear about the “billions” that our natural resource sectors generate for Canadians, but for 99.9% of us, without tangible comparisons, conceptualizing this amount of money is next to...


Natural Declines in Oil & Gas Fields, and the Need for Investing More in Cana...

This blog has been edited due to Bill C-59 Key Points • Natural declines in oil & gas fields mean significant volumes of new supply need to be brought online every year to keep up with global energy demand • The world still gets more than 80 per cent of its energy from fossil fuels, despite t...


New Nuclear Reactors Could Give Canada $28.7 Billion Economic Boost: REPORT

This blog has been edited due to Bill C-59 Westinghouse Electric Company, a global leader in nuclear technologies, has released a report showcasing the significant benefits that would come with the deployment of AP1000® nuclear reactors in Ontario. The study follows a memorandum of understanding...


Uranium in Canada: Everything You Need to Know

This blog has been edited due to Bill C-59 Canada has long been one of the world’s biggest producers and exporters of uranium. The world’s second-largest country is home to the fourth-largest global reserves, almost all of which is produced by the McArthur River and Cigar Lake mines in Northern ...


Fossil Fuels Should Absolutely Be Funding Canadian Universities

This blog has been edited due to Bill C-59 In Canada, it’s no secret our universities are primarily funded by government and tuition but also find themselves the recipients of donations – sometimes one-off or long-term commitments – from private sector sources. It’s also no secret our post-secon...


Canadians Can Support All Forms of Energy -- We Don't Have to Choose

This blog has been edited due to Bill C-59 Canada is fortunate to have an abundance of energy resources, including large reserves of oil and natural gas, vast amounts of uranium and biofuels, and significant potential for additional hydro and wind – all of which can serve to provide the energy w...


Fossil Fuels to Account for 68% of Global Energy Supply by 2050: REPORT

This blog has been edited due to Bill C-59 The world will need all forms of energy to accompany a global population of roughly 9.7 billion by 2050 ExxonMobil’s latest annual energy outlook sheds light on what it believes the world will look like in 2050.  With billions more people, more prosperi...


Canada Ought to Support Its Own Workforces, Families & Communities

This blog has been edited due to Bill C-59 Trying to figure out motives and agendas in debates on supply chains can sometimes be a waste of time. Other times, it seems obvious. In a report released at the end of June, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) said TC Energy should receive n...


Why Canada Should Follow in Norway's 'Energy' Footsteps: REPORT

Should Canada follow Norway's model for the green transition? Despite both countries taking significant actions towards a greener future while also being major oil and natural gas exporters, a new report by the National Bank of Canada sheds some light on their differences and the challenges we f...


Canada Could Displace Half of Russian Energy on Global Markets: SURVEY

If Canada put its pedal to the metal, it could displace up to 59% of Russian natural gas exports and up to 46% of its oil sales over the next decade says a new report by SecondStreet.org. The survey comes when Europe – Russia’s largest oil and gas export destination – and other nations abroad ar...