Clearing the Air on the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion

Victory! After 12 years, the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion (TMX) is now complete – a huge win for Canadian families, the environment, and the economy! Even after the project’s successful completion, anti-development activists continue to complain about the pipeline’s existence and spread fal...


Debunking 8 Claims by NGOs Who Want to Shut Down B.C. LNG Projects

Several non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are asking the B.C. government to shut down all liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities in the province, of which will bring significant benefits to Canadian and Indigenous families, and the global environment [1]. In an open letter to Premier David E...


IMF: Canada Has Lowest Oil, Coal, Natural Gas and Electricity Subsidies in G20

If you’ve heard the unbalanced rhetoric from anti-Canadian energy activists, you may think our governments heavily subsidize oil and natural gas companies. But that’s not the case, as outlined in a new report by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), sourced through the National Bank of Canada’s...


Top 3 Myths about LNG Projects in British Columbia

Despite the potential for creating local prosperity while contributing to global emission reduction efforts, discussions about British Columbia’s LNG export facilities are often clouded by misconceptions intentionally created by anti-Canadian energy opponents. At Canada Action, our mission is to...


"How to Blow Up a Pipeline" Movie Oblivious to Energy Realities of Today

If we literally removed the word "pipeline" in this movie's title and replaced it with anything else – skyscraper, hospital, house, mall, university, train, etc. – it probably would not have debuted at the Toronto Film Festival or made its way to theatres across North America. It's not hard to s...


Canadian Oil Sands Not "High Cost" or "Economically Unviable" to Produce: REPORT

How many times have you heard the claim that oil sands production is "too expensive" for the sector’s longevity in a world looking to reduce its reliance on fossil fuels? Because of its "costly" nature, anti-Canadian energy activists suggest the oil sands won’t be economically viable when oil de...


3 Pragmatic Questions for Anti-Resource Development Activists

Canada Action is passionate about pursuing honest, fact-based and non-partisan discussions on natural resources and how they play a huge role in almost every aspect of our contemporary lifestyle. Part of those discussions involves asking anti-resource development activists to make sense of their...


COP27 Staged ‘Walkout’ on Oil Sands Not Conducive to Emission Reductions

Anti-Canadian oil and gas activists were in an uproar last week about their staged walkout on the oil sands delegation at COP27, celebrating as if it were some sensational heroic act to ‘stand up’ to one of the only oil-producing jurisdictions in the world that has committed to net zero emission...


MYTH: Canadian Oil Sands Net Zero Commitments Nothing But “Hot Air”

Is the Canadian oil sands sector’s commitment to reach net zero by 2050 just a bunch of hot air? It’s no surprise that right after the Oil Sands Pathways to Net Zero Alliance announced $24 billion for emissions reductions by 2030, accusations from long-standing opponents of Canada’s world-class ...


MYTH: Natural Gas Demand is Shrinking, Axing the Need for Canadian LNG

A recent post in the Calgary Herald makes a strong case for supporting the development of the Canadian liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry as a solution to increasing global demand and Europe’s current energy woes. However, in the article, Keith Stewart, an employee of Greenpeace, is quoted say...