How B.C. LNG Helps Canadians, First Nations, Energy Security & the Environment

Canada Action has consistently shared the good news story about Canadian natural gas and the urgent need for new liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects on our coastlines. A huge part of our balanced, fact-based and non-partisan message is to look at how advancing these new projects would significa...


B.C. Liquefied Natural Gas: Frequently Asked Questions

Fracking, the natural gas industry and proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) plants provide enormous opportunities for Canadian and Indigenous families across British Columbia. But many questions remain about these projects, such as what fracking is and what environmental regulations are in place...


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...


11 Quotes by First Nations Leaders in Support of Canadian Liquefied Natural G...

Did you know many First Nations support liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects in Canada?  Several Indigenous communities are looking to new LNG projects as a means of economic reconciliation. Apart from the economic benefits these projects will bring their people, they are also fully aware of the...


DEBATE: Oil & Gas Divestment in Canada - Part 2

Does divesting from responsible Canadian oil and gas production hurt or help our families, Indigenous communities, global energy security and the environment? Is the "divest from Canadian energy" movement actually accomplishing anything, or is it more empty symbolism from opponents that will do ...


Top 5 Reasons to Say "Yes" to More B.C. LNG Exports

Key Points • GHG emissions are global, and do not respect international boundaries • Coal-to-gas switching is proven to reduce emissions • Natural gas is a transition fuel, there are no ifs, ands or buts about it • Global natural gas demand is growing, and will for decades to come • A healthy LNG...


Canadian LNG Can Help Asia Switch from Coal to Gas, a Huge Win for the Climate

Anti-Canadian energy activists are turning a blind eye to practical ways of reducing emissions in the near-to-medium term, like transitioning from coal to cleaner-burning natural gas for power and heat generation. So then, why do they oppose the science that shows Canadian LNG to Asia is a huge ...


Fracking for Natural Gas in British Columbia: 6 Questions & Answers

Anti-Canadian natural gas activists are making some unsubstantiated claims aimed at scaring people about responsible resource development in B.C. We would like to set the record straight. Such bold claims deserve intense scrutiny, as we strive to initiate balanced and fact-based discussions arou...


How Haisla Nation's Cedar LNG Project is a New Dawn for Indigenous Peoples

Rendering of Cedar LNG Who formed the partnership between Haisla Nation and Cedar LNG, and why? Who benefits from this project? Is there First Nations support for this project, and if so, what can we learn from it?


B.C. LNG to Asia Could ‘Save a Canada’ in Global Emissions: REPORT

A new report by the Canadian Chamber of Commerce has found that if 20% of Asia’s coal-fired power plants were converted to natural gas, global emissions would drop by more than Canada’s total emissions. In other words, converting just one-fifth of Asia’s power infrastructure would ‘save a Canada...