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Coastal GasLink and Indigenous partners release first 60,000 salmon fry in project to restore B.C. populations

Coastal GasLink and Indigenous partners release first 60,000 salmon fry in project to restore B.C. populations

“When we talk about land, we say we belong to this territory. This land holds us, and we are nurtured from it.” 
Ottawa to spend $900 million to ‘establish business case’ for EVs, while ignoring robust existing case for LNG

Ottawa to spend $900 million to ‘establish business case’ for EVs, while ignoring robust existing case for LNG

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau isn’t optimistic about LNG exports to Europe because he says there’s no business case.  
Quesnel: Why Indigenous equity ownership in resource projects is the ‘gold standard’ in economic reconciliation 

Quesnel: Why Indigenous equity ownership in resource projects is the ‘gold standard’ in economic reconciliation 

When it comes to Indigenous self-determination, equity partnerships are the wave of the future.  For real Indigenous ownership of a project, they come closest to ideal. Indigenous groups are increasingly realizing that equity participation in energy projects is today’s “gold standard” in Indigenous economic reconciliation.  
Canada’s oil and gas industry is committed to innovation, emissions reduction and benefits for Indigenous communities

Canada’s oil and gas industry is committed to innovation, emissions reduction and benefits for Indigenous communities

Canada’s oil and gas industry is innovating to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while continuing to supply the responsible, reliable, affordable energy the world needs.  
A Matter of Fact: There is a long-term business case for Canadian LNG

A Matter of Fact: There is a long-term business case for Canadian LNG

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s reported skepticism about the business case for Canada to accelerate liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports to Europe and the world is misleading to Canadians.  
Net zero scenario puts nearly $728 billion in Canadian oil sands sector government take at risk

Net zero scenario puts nearly $728 billion in Canadian oil sands sector government take at risk

The federal government, through Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC), has recently released a discussion paper on options to cap and cut oil sands greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to achieve net zero emissions (NZE) by 2050.
Yager: It is time to revisit resource corridors

Yager: It is time to revisit resource corridors

One of the best ideas that has gone nowhere is the creation of resource corridors for long-distance transportation infrastructure using routes where land-use and development issues are resolved in advance.
First Oil: How innovation made Ontario the birthplace of North American oil

First Oil: How innovation made Ontario the birthplace of North American oil

For many Canadians it can come as a surprise to learn the earliest roots of North America’s oil industry doesn’t lead back to Alberta or Texas. The story actually begins in southwestern Ontario’s Lambton county where innovation and ambition helped usher in a new era of energy that remains dominant in today’s energy mix. Photographer Dave Chidley, whose long career included two-and-a-half years working in Petrolia, recently returned to the region where the ties to its rich oil industry history remain proud and strong today.
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Woodfibre LNG ‘essentially assured to go ahead’ with Enbridge investment

Woodfibre LNG ‘essentially assured to go ahead’ with Enbridge investment

The outlook for Canada’s extra-low emissions Woodfibre LNG project just got even stronger.