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Canada’s energy sector is facing unprecedented challenges. The toll from the world oil price collapse and COVID-19 has caused thousands of people to lose their jobs as companies cut spending and put growth plans on indefinite hold. Your support of the industry that heats our homes, funds healthcare and public education, keeps essential supply chains moving and generates the raw materials needed for the countless products and technologies we rely on every day is CRITICAL.

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Canada’s oil and natural gas industry can and will play a key role in re-booting our economy as the world continues to grapple with the biggest health challenge of our lifetimes. We are one of the best in the world at extracting and producing natural resources safely, sustainably and responsibly. Now, more than ever, we need to support our energy industry to ensure Canadian families thrive and survive.

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Open Letter to Jane Fonda

Open Letter to Jane Fonda

Stephen Buffalo, President and CEO of the Indian Resource Council of Canada has asked Jane Fonda to sit down with him and learn the facts about Canada's oil industry. Fonda has been protesting Line 3 which brings Canadian oil through Minnesota. Add your name to ask Jane Fonda to learn the truth from Stephen Buffalo and let's have a conservation based on facts.

Tell the truth Netflix!

Tell the truth Netflix!

Tell Netflix that their attack on Canada's energy industry is just plain wrong.

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LISTEN: CEC’s Tom Olsen talks Bigfoot Family and misinformation about oil and gas

Canadian Energy Centre director of CEO Tom Olsen was on the Mike Smyth show as part of a panel to discuss the Netflix children’s film Bigfoot Family.

A Matter of Fact: CNN piece misrepresents Canadian oil, Line 3 pipeline

A new report from CNN about opposition to the Line 3 pipeline replacement project contains errors and misleading information about Canadian oil, the energy relationship between Canada and the U.S., and the construction project itself. Here are some of the facts they missed.

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Commentary: Who spends the most on the environment? Oil and gas firms — and Alberta

As two people not born in Alberta but who live here now—one of us came from British Columbia and the other from India—we are constantly amazed at the misinformation about the province and also one of Canada’s biggest economic contributors, i.e., the oil and gas industry.