DEBATE: Does Sebastian Vettel’s Oil Sands Rhetoric Hurt or Help Us?

DEBATE: Does Sebastian Vettel’s Oil Sands Rhetoric Hurt or Help Us?

Sebastian Vettel, a professional Formula One race car driver, pulled an anti-oil sands stunt upon visiting the F1 Canadian Grand Prix 2022 in Montreal. The Saudi Aramco-sponsored world champ accused Alberta's oil sands of being Canada's "climate crime" and that the operation ...

Sebastian Vettel’s Anti-Oil Sands Stunt Doesn’t Help Energy Security or the Environment

Sebastian Vettel’s Anti-Oil Sands Stunt Doesn’t Help Energy Security or the Environment

Sebastian Vettel, a long-time professional and internationally recognized racecar driver, was widely booed by the crowd during the drivers’ parade at the F1 Canadian Grand Prix 2022. Joining the long list of celebrities who have used their platform to oppose Canada’s energy s...

Yes, Newfoundland & Labrador Oil is Low-Carbon & Good for the World

Yes, Newfoundland & Labrador Oil is Low-Carbon & Good for the World

Is Newfoundland and Labrador offshore oil low-carbon? It's a good question that needs answering, given recent attempts by Canadian anti-oil and gas activists to label our offshore oil as "dirty." Underpinned by an unrealistic argument suggesting the world needs no more fossil...

Top 3 Trans Mountain Myths Debunked

Top 3 Trans Mountain Myths Debunked

The Trans Mountain Expansion (TMX) is a pipeline underway in Western Canada which will transport petroleum liquids west to domestic refineries as well as for export abroad. Like all other Canadian pipelines, TMX has met stiff opposition from activists who have spoken several ...

Top 3 Coastal GasLink Myths Debunked

Top 3 Coastal GasLink Myths Debunked

Coastal GasLink (CGL) is a pipeline under construction in British Columbia intended to transport natural gas to LNG Canada for export abroad. Like all other Canadian oil and gas infrastructure, CGL has met stiff opposition from activists who often speak mistruths about the pr...

5 Realities Anti-Canadian Energy Activists Choose to Ignore

5 Realities Anti-Canadian Energy Activists Choose to Ignore

Key Points • Global demand for fossil fuels is at record levels and still growing. • The energy “transition” will take a lot longer than anti-Canadian energy activists suggest. • Stopping Canadian energy projects does nothing to keep oil and gas from being produced or consu...

The Wall Street Journal Should Correct Itself on Canada’s Oilsands

The Wall Street Journal Should Correct Itself on Canada’s Oilsands

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) is one of the largest newspapers in the world with one of the largest followings, therefore you are inclined to believe that it does everything it can to disseminate balanced and fact-based journalism to its readers. However, a recent post by the...

MYTH: Wet’suwet’en Do Not Support Coastal GasLink

MYTH: Wet’suwet’en Do Not Support Coastal GasLink

Are the Wet’suwet’en People against the Coastal GasLink pipeline in Canada? It’s a question that many of us are asking as we enter into the new year and protestors ramp up their efforts to delay the project's construction. Part of their tactics includes using language that se...

10+ Canadian Forestry Myths: Fact or Fiction?

10+ Canadian Forestry Myths: Fact or Fiction?

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 ...

Why Does the World Need More Canadian Oil?

Why Does the World Need More Canadian Oil?

Key Points • Oil demand is projected to peak in anywhere between 2020 and 2041, although most estimates place this event at the end of the 2030s • Trillions of dollars of investment is required into the oil industry over the next two decades to keep up with global demand and p...