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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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I pledge my support for the Canadian oil and natural gas industry because it provides billions of dollars in royalties and taxes to all levels of government that is then used to fund critical infrastructure, public healthcare and education, in addition to putting food on the tables of hundreds of thousands of families from coast-to-coast-to-coast.

Open Letter to the PM and Premiers

Open Letter to the PM and Premiers

Canada’s oil and natural gas industry is and will continue to be one of the largest drivers of our country’s economy. The industry has a unique opportunity to play an incredibly important role as Canada continues to face the challenges of the global COVID-19 pandemic. But we need to let our leaders know that. Please join our movement by signing the Open Letter to Canada’s leaders, including Prime Minister Trudeau and the Premiers of every province and territory.

The Latest

Commentary: US natural gas imports to Canada up 1,233% since 2000

Commentary: US natural gas imports to Canada up 1,233% since 2000

In recent years, the United States has undergone an energy renaissance of sorts. After decades of importing significant volumes of natural gas, there has been a transformation in both the economy and policy on that source of energy in particular. 

Artist aims to use reclamation paintings to change the conversation about Canadian oil and gas

Artist aims to use reclamation paintings to change the conversation about Canadian oil and gas

Longtime Alberta artist Shannon Carla King paints beautiful landscapes with a twist – they are of spaces in the oil sands that have been reclaimed by producing companies or created by operators to protect the environment.

The Facts

Missed Maple Leaf opportunities: Natural gas in central and eastern Canada and key US states

Missed Maple Leaf opportunities: Natural gas in central and eastern Canada and key US states

In this CEC Research Brief (which can be downloaded here as a pdf), we examine reserves or remaining marketable natural gas resources,¹ marketable production, and revenue trends in natural gas markets in Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Newfoundland & Labrador and compare them to key northern US states (Pennsylvania, Ohio, North Dakota, and West Virginia). The latter have all experienced significant increases in production over the past decade.

LISTEN: CEC’s Mark Milke on how Ontario benefits from oil and gas

LISTEN: CEC’s Mark Milke on how Ontario benefits from oil and gas

Canadian Energy Centre Executive Director of Research Mark Milke joined National Post Radio host Anthony Furey to discuss the centre’s latest Fact Sheet on the economic impact of the oil and gas industry on Ontario.