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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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Natural Gas should be key part of appliance upgrade program

Canada needs a West to East Pipeline

Canada needs a West to East Pipeline

We can’t rely on the US to transport our oil any more to foreign markets or even other parts of Canada. It’s time to do something about it. Tell your MP we need a West to East Pipeline now!

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B.C. First Nations move closer to realizing LNG projects

The chief councillor of the Haisla Nation is excited about the future of liquefied natural gas (LNG) development in the nation’s traditional territory, because she’s already watching the good it can do.

A Matter of Fact: Canada’s ‘just transition’ needs to include a vibrant oil and gas sector

The Government of Canada’s new “just transition” engagement process sends an uncertain message to Canadians about our role in future energy markets.

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Commentary: Parsing through energy subsidy estimates

When the issue of taxpayer subsidies for energy comes up — oil and gas and renewables alike — the public, policymakers and media could be forgiven if they feel like they’re drowning. Endless decimal points and numbers that run into the trillions can make it near impossible to grasp what it all means to one personally.