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Indigenous leader looks to build bridges between First Nations and energy industry

Indigenous leader looks to build bridges between First Nations and energy industry

The former chief of the Flying Dust First Nation in Saskatchewan has taken a new step in his long pursuit to advance the economic and social wellbeing of Indigenous people. 
Five facts about Canada’s oil sands for visiting U.S. Senator Manchin

Five facts about Canada’s oil sands for visiting U.S. Senator Manchin

There’s an important message for U.S. Senator (D) Joe Manchin to take back to Washington after his visit this week to Alberta’s oil sands.  
Pappano: Divestment push tone deaf amid surging global energy crisis

Pappano: Divestment push tone deaf amid surging global energy crisis

At a time when the world, especially Europe, is facing an energy crisis and energy security is being called into question everywhere, U.S. activist group 350.org is pushing even harder to cut off funding for oil and gas.
Indigenous leaders say activists threaten prosperity for Canadian First Nations

Indigenous leaders say activists threaten prosperity for Canadian First Nations

Dale Swampy shakes his head when asked about anti-oil and gas protesters demanding bankers respect Indigenous rights at the same moment First Nations leaders were looking to secure crucial capital for resource projects to help their communities. 
Canada emerging as nuclear leader in development of small modular reactors

Canada emerging as nuclear leader in development of small modular reactors

Canada is emerging as an early leader in the development and deployment of small modular reactors – an energy technology that is expected to play a meaningful role in the effort to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions.  
Newfoundland and Labrador can grow as a trusted oil supplier to Europe

Newfoundland and Labrador can grow as a trusted oil supplier to Europe

Europe needs new suppliers to get off Russian oil and maintain energy security in the long term.
Yager: Why the world owes Alberta an apology

Yager: Why the world owes Alberta an apology

Alberta’s massive oil sands resource is surely the world’s best, or worst, example of the opposing forces of energy symbolism versus energy supply. 
Oil and gas continues to spend more on environmental protection than any other industry in Canada

Oil and gas continues to spend more on environmental protection than any other industry in Canada

The latest numbers are in showing how much businesses in Canada spend on environmental protection, and it’s another year with the oil and gas sector way ahead of the pack.  
A Matter of Fact: Federal oil and gas emissions plan will hurt Canadians 

A Matter of Fact: Federal oil and gas emissions plan will hurt Canadians 

The federal government’s plan to require a 42 per cent reduction in emissions from Canada’s oil and gas sector by 2030 is based on assumptions that are divorced from reality, and it will ultimately hurt Canadians.