Canada’s oil and gas industry has a positive tailwind pushing it into 2021, despite the challenges the industry has faced this year. That boost is the spreading awareness of the benefits the industry has across the Canadian economy, its successes in responsible development, the opportunities it presents to Indigenous communities, and its position in global markets.
There’s no shortage of opinions about Canada’s energy sector. But in many cases, the discussions are not as informed as they could be.
You might have heard a thing or two about the Canadian Energy Centre.
There’s a dearth of sensible analysis when it comes to reasonable ways in which to decrease carbon emissions.
Atlantic Canada has long struggled with being able to create good-paying jobs and this long before the current pandemic. There are multiple reasons for that related to past poor policy and high tax rates on businesses and individuals, among other reasons.
Want to know how much the oil and natural gas industries contribute to British Columbia’s economy? One way to see the impact is to look at those of Indigenous ancestry. Their employment proportions across sectors and incomes reveals a lot about where the good-paying jobs are, and also the broader impact of natural gas and oil expenditures on BC’s economy.