The Truth About Canada's Oil & Gas Sector

Canadian Oil is Not "Dirty" - Canada's Petroleum Sector Ranks World-Class on Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Metrics What’s good for our oil and gas industry and its 500,000+ Canadian workers is good for our country and the global environment. Here’s why:


Debunking 5 Claims Made by Anti-Canadian Oil & Gas Activists

Is Canadian oil “dirty” like many anti-oil and gas activist groups claim? The answer is no! When these activists portray Canadian oil as such, they put forth an unbalanced and misleading narrative while doing a huge disservice to the global environment plus the workers, families and governments ...


MYTH: The Oil Industry is Dead in 2020

Key Points • Is the oil industry really “dead” as some are saying? Explores the suggestion by Canadian political leaders Elizabeth May and Yves-François Blanchet earlier last week.• Several facts from pre, during and post coronavirus that point towards continued growth in global demand for oil fo...


MYTH: Mineable Oil Sands is the Size of Florida

Bill Nye the Science Guy produced a video back in 2015 called EXPLORER: Bill Nye’s Global Meltdown, which made it seem like to the unknowing viewer that Canada’s mineable oil sands would expand to be the size of Florida if left unabated. If science is supposed to be based on observation, experime...


A Message from Canada: We Are Tired of Being Pushed Around [Video]

We Canadians have a tendency to be very polite. Other than our famous “eh” saying which we tag onto the end of many sentences each day, we’re also known for being very apologetic and will say “sorry” for just about anything. It’s not such a bad reputation to have, really. Being well-mannered and ...


What Does the Oil Sands Look Like? You'd Be Surprised...

So, what does the oil sands in Canada look like? You'd be surprised, especially considering this vast oil reserve is often incorrectly referred to as the "tar sands," and the photos we usually see in media nowadays are those of open mines. But just a small percent of the oil sands land area has b...