The Importance of Truth & Reconciliation for Indigenous Peoples in Canada

The Importance of Truth & Reconciliation for Indigenous Peoples in Canada

Fostering economic growth and development in Indigenous communities is crucial to reconciliation. Indigenous involvement in natural resource projects is the obvious answer. As we tuck our orange shirts into the drawer, I wonder how many Canadians authentically grasp the conc...

Did You Know? Canada is the Responsible Choice to Meet Global Resource Demand!

Did You Know? Canada is the Responsible Choice to Meet Global Resource Demand!

Global demand for natural resources – energy, mining, forestry and agricultural products – is growing at lightning speed as the world’s population is set to approach 9 billion in the coming years. New technologies, urbanization and a growing middle class are changing how natu...

5 Examples of How Canada's Natural Resource Sector is World-Class

5 Examples of How Canada's Natural Resource Sector is World-Class

If Canada's natural resources sector was a professional boxer, it would without a doubt be classified as a super heavyweight. The World Atlas seems to agree, listing Canada in the top five global nations endowed with the most natural resources by volume and worth.  Truth is t...

Canadian Resources for Good: From Coast-to-Coast

Canadian Resources for Good: From Coast-to-Coast

The extraction and production of natural resources contribute immensely to Canadian society at large. Whether it be through providing millions of job opportunities or by generating billions in government revenues, the prosperity created by Canada’s resources sector plays a hu...

'Just Transition' Q&A for Canadian Natural Resource Workers

'Just Transition' Q&A for Canadian Natural Resource Workers

The federal government is asking Canadians to provide feedback on its proposed "Just Transition" which will play a major role in fulfilling Canada's commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and move towards becoming net-zero by 2050. Canada's 'Just Transition' legislatio...

Resources for Good: $1.45 Million Donated to 10 Hospital Foundations

Resources for Good: $1.45 Million Donated to 10 Hospital Foundations

Canada’s natural resources sector provides support to Canadian communities through donations and other contributions that often go without the public recognition that they deserve. In part five of our Resources for Good series, we feature three more recent examples of how the ...

25+ Tweets Showing Why Canada's Natural Resource Producers Should Be 'Go-To' Suppliers

25+ Tweets Showing Why Canada's Natural Resource Producers Should Be 'Go-To' Suppliers

Canada’s natural resource sectors operate under one of the most stringent and transparent regulatory regimes in the world, something that all Canadians across our country can and should be proud of. And in the years ahead, global demand for many of the resources we extract an...

Resources for Good: $75,000 Donated to Support Canadian Communities

Resources for Good: $75,000 Donated to Support Canadian Communities

Canada’s natural resources sector provides support to communities through donations and other contributions that make a huge difference in the lives of many Canadian families. These acts of generosity often go without the recognition they deserve. In part four of our Resources...

A Majority of Indigenous Peoples in Canada Support Resource Development: POLL

A Majority of Indigenous Peoples in Canada Support Resource Development: POLL

Courtesy of IRN A poll conducted on behalf of the Indigenous Resource Network (IRN) has found that a majority of First Nations, Métis and Inuit Peoples living in rural areas or on reserves across Canada support natural resource development. According to the poll, 65% of the 5...

Canada Needs a Resource Recovery in 2021 and Beyond

Canada Needs a Resource Recovery in 2021 and Beyond

Last year was for the record books, and not in a good way. Canada – and most of the world, for that matter – grappled with the fallout from COVID-19 in varying degrees since the beginning of 2020. Such a year can only be described as catastrophic for millions of Canadians fro...