WATCH: Wet’suwet’en Matriarch Says They Did Not Give Permission to Protest

Rita George is a Wet’suwet’en Matriarch and hereditary sub chief who today is speaking out against the so called “solidarity” protests happening across Canada under her nation’s name. As an 80 year old in the Gidimt’en Clan (Bear Clan), she helped translate a seminal Supreme Court of Canada decis...


WATCH: Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chief Says Her Nation Supports Pipeline

Are all Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs against the Coastal GasLink pipeline? According to several sources, only 5 of 13 are opposed, leaving a handful of others who are proponents to the project out of the conversation. Helen Michelle has been a Wet'suwet'en Hereditary Chief with the Skin Tyee Na...


Wet’suwet’en Member Says Her People Are Being Misinformed on Gas Pipeline [VI...

You've seen it all over social media: Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs are united against the Coastal GasLink project. But are they? Once again, we hope that media who report on this carefully orchestrated PR stunt will also take the time to hear the other side of the story, from Indigenous Peoples...


Hey United Nations, Coastal GasLink Pipeline Project Has Support of All 20 Fi...

Just in case the title wasn’t clear enough for the United Nations (UN), we’ll say it again! The Coastal Gaslink project, an underground transmission pipeline that will connect natural gas plays in northeastern B.C. with LNG Canada in Kitimat on the west coast, has the support of all 20 First Nat...


WATCH: Majority of First Nations Support Oil & Gas in Canada

We couldn’t have said it any better Bruce! According to Mr. Dumont, a majority of First Nations support resource development projects like the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion (TMX) and the now cancelled Northern Gateway.


Pipelines in Canada: What You Need to Know

Trans Mountain Expansion Workers - TMX Pipelines in Canada that move oil and gas are the lifeblood of our modern society. They feed refineries which create the products we use every day such as the fuel necessary to heat our homes, plastics used in our hospitals and asphalt to build our roads. T...


LNG Canada Project: Removing 18 Million Cars from the Road Every Year

Did you know that once fully completed, the LNG Canada project will have 4 trains with the capacity to export 28 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Asia each year? This is huge news for LNG in Canada. It’s also very good news for the global environment as this amount of exported LN...


$40 Billion British Columbia LNG Project Approved!

Good news, Canada! Construction is set to begin on the $40 billion liquefied natural gas (LNG) project located in northern British Columbia. This massive project, which represents the largest energy investment in Canada’s history, is expected to bring huge economic benefits to both the province a...


10 Facts You Should Know About LNG in Canada

The world is hungry for more and more energy as the years go by. By 2040, energy demand will be much higher than it is currently, and natural gas will play a major role in fulfilling a large share of of the world's growing demand. Today, natural gas accounts for approximately 23% of the world’s t...


Global Oil Demand is Growing & Canada Should be a Choice Supplier

Canada’s oil and gas industry has been in the spotlight for many years, but not because it has been named the top oil producer in the world or is now the third largest LNG exporter (headlines which are true for the USA).