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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.   
Oil and gas in our lives – Clothing

Oil and gas in our lives – Clothing

The arrival of spring often comes with a wardrobe refresh. We shed our winter layers for bright, breathable fabrics. 
Indigenous businesses awarded $1.3 billion in Trans Mountain expansion contracts in 2021 alone 

Indigenous businesses awarded $1.3 billion in Trans Mountain expansion contracts in 2021 alone 

The benefits to Indigenous communities from building the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion continue to grow.  
Near the oil sands, the world’s largest protected boreal forest is now even bigger

Near the oil sands, the world’s largest protected boreal forest is now even bigger

The world’s largest protected boreal forest keeps getting bigger. In northern Alberta and the Northwest Territories, over 70,000 square kilometers – more than twice the size of Vancouver Island – is now set aside to be untouched by development.