With Fossil Fuel Ads in Canada, Truth Should Always Prevail

With Fossil Fuel Ads in Canada, Truth Should Always Prevail

Events of February 2024 show why we must continue to engage in balanced, fact-based and honest discussions about Canada’s responsibly produced oil and natural gas and the vital role our energy has to play in global sustainability efforts. First, it was the private members’ Bi...

Uranium in Canada: Everything You Need to Know

Uranium in Canada: Everything You Need to Know

(Updated February 2024) 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

Fossil Fuels Should Absolutely Be Funding Canadian Universities

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-secondary institutions play ...

20 Quotes on Why Canada's Oil & Gas Emissions Cap Doesn't Make Sense

20 Quotes on Why Canada's Oil & Gas Emissions Cap Doesn't Make Sense

Canada's announcement of an emissions cap on its wealth-generating oil and gas sector is receiving significant criticism from leaders nationwide. Layered onto many other emission-reducing regulations, the general consensus is that the cap will: Reduce Canadian oil and natura...

Nuclear Power a Solution to Emissions Reductions, Canada Can Lead the Way

Nuclear Power a Solution to Emissions Reductions, Canada Can Lead the Way

The United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28) in Dubai has now ended, with parties calling to accelerate the deployment of zero- and low-emission technologies such as nuclear and emission abatement/removal systems like carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) in ...

Canada Shouldn’t Stifle Indigenous Economic Opportunities With More Regulations

Canada Shouldn’t Stifle Indigenous Economic Opportunities With More Regulations

Canada’s greatest gift to ourselves and the world is undoubtedly our resources - energy, food, wood, minerals, metals, wind, water, and everything in between. It doesn’t matter what set of values you have in Canada; it is crystal clear that natural resources are our bread and...

How Canadian Energy Matches Up to the World: 12 Graphs

How Canadian Energy Matches Up to the World: 12 Graphs

Canada Action will be among the first to say that the world needs more Canadian oil and natural gas for many reasons, one being how we stack up against competitors on various human rights and environmental metrics. Facts are facts. When it comes to responsible resource produc...

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

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

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 lower CO2 emissions and provide the needed ...

5 Interesting Facts on Alberta’s Energy Industry You Didn’t Know

5 Interesting Facts on Alberta’s Energy Industry You Didn’t Know

Alberta’s energy sector isn’t always given the benefit it deserves. Despite being a global leader in social, governmental and environmental initiatives, the industry is a regular target for opponents who often make false or misleading claims. Let’s start having balanced discu...

Look to Norway as Inspiration for Championing Canadian Oil & Natural Gas

Look to Norway as Inspiration for Championing Canadian Oil & Natural Gas

Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Store stood up for his country’s use of fossil fuels last month at Climate Week NYC 2023, refusing to commit to a "phase-out" date while saying that there is not yet any alternative for maintaining households, economies, industry, and the p...