With Fossil Fuel Advertisements in Canada, Truth Should Always Prevail

With Fossil Fuel Advertisements 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...

Canadian Natural Gas Has a Vital Role to Play in Reducing Global Emissions: REPORT

Canadian Natural Gas Has a Vital Role to Play in Reducing Global Emissions: REPORT

Key Points • Canada’s emissions reductions are easily offset by larger emitters elsewhere; a global view in deleveraging the global environmental balance sheet is necessary • India faces significant energy challenges, which it is overcoming through the rapid build-out of new c...

Indigenous Energy Worker Responds to Fossil Fuel Ad. Ban Bill C-372

Indigenous Energy Worker Responds to Fossil Fuel Ad. Ban Bill C-372

Regarding the recent announcement of Bill C-372, an ill-conceived private members’ bill that aims to ban what is described as “misleading” fossil fuel advertising. Listening to the Member of Parliament speak about their bill was a challenge, as it was very degrading to Indige...

$1 Trillion & 151,000 Jobs: Potential Economic Cost of Canada’s Oil & Gas Emissions Cap

$1 Trillion & 151,000 Jobs: Potential Economic Cost of Canada’s Oil & Gas Emissions Cap

Alberta’s economic analysis of Canada's up-and-coming oil and natural gas emissions/production cap is raising alarm bells to the tune of $1 trillion. Yes, that’s right. And the adverse economic consequences of the unnecessary policy – coming amid a time when global oil and ga...

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...

Supporting Canadian Natural Gas Exports Will Make the World a Better Place

Supporting Canadian Natural Gas Exports Will Make the World a Better Place

“British Columbian liquefied natural gas (LNG) will reduce emissions.” If you live in Vancouver or Victoria, chances are you’ve seen these bus or billboard ads at some point (see above). The message refers to Canada’s opportunity to lower net global emissions by displacing mo...

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...

Coastal GasLink Pipeline: By the Numbers

Coastal GasLink Pipeline: By the Numbers

Coastal GasLink Pipeline Route With Coastal GasLink achieving 100% pipe installation and full completion to come by December 2023, it is important we take a look at just how positive this project has been for Canadian and Indigenous communities. From billions of dollars spent...

Coastal GasLink Reaches 100% Pipe Installation, Supported by Canadians & First Nations

Coastal GasLink Reaches 100% Pipe Installation, Supported by Canadians & First Nations

Courtesy of Coastal GasLink After five years of construction spanning 670 kilometres across some of B.C.’s most challenging terrain, pipe installation for Coastal GasLink (CGL) – the natural gas supply source for LNG Canada, Cedar LNG, and other potential upcoming projects – ...

Oil & Natural Gas Must Be Included in Federal Government’s Indigenous Resource Loan Plan

Oil & Natural Gas Must Be Included in Federal Government’s Indigenous Resource Loan Plan

The federal government has said it will lend capital to Indigenous communities through the Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB) to purchase equity shares in infrastructure projects. However, the CIB is only mandated by Ottawa to invest in broadband, renewable electricity, green i...