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$359 Billion: What Canada’s energy sector paid governments from 2000 to 2018

Taxes paid by energy industry add up to as much as all employment insurance payments since 1996

Oil sands responds to COVID-19

Municipality, worker lodges confident in measures being taken to keep community safe

Ontario steel town’s fortune tied to healthy oil and gas industry

Global pipe manufacturing company helping bring prosperity, opportunity to Sault Ste. Marie

Women making strides in Canada’s energy industry

Female-led organizations are working to bring diverse voices and ideas to the energy sector

Research Brief: Canada’s oil sands and local First Nations

How the energy sector impacts Indigenous incomes, employment and prosperity

Indigenous-owned Alberta oilfield firm eliminating barriers to home ownership for employees

Backwoods Energy Services will match up to $20,000 in RRSP savings for Indigenous employees who are first-time, off-reserve home buyers

Alberta company to provide Quebec with ‘responsible’ natural gas

Seven Generations Energy has achieved new international certification based on an independent review of its its environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance

Haisla Nation Chief Councillor Crystal Smith no stranger to double standard from activists

Opposition to Coastal GasLink ignores years of consultation and opportunities for First Nation communities

Eye in the sky: Made in Canada satellites will help monitor global methane emissions

Montreal-based GHGSat will launch global map monitoring greenhouse gas to help combat climate change

A Matter of Fact: Addressing common myths on Teck Frontier

Misinformation abounds with the major oil sands project. Here’s what you need to know

Wood bison thriving on former oil sands mine site

Once on the verge of extinction, healthy herd of 300 animals have roamed the Beaver Creek Wood Bison Ranch for over 25 years

Canada gets jobs boost with forecasted oil and gas spending increase

Producers are expected to spend approximately $2 billion more in 2020

JP Gladu heads west to lead one of Canada’s largest Indigenous-owned contracting firms

Outgoing CEO of Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business pushing for ‘economic reconciliation’ for First Nations communities through energy sector

Going underground: Made-in-Alberta geothermal solution has potential to go global

Company using conventional oil and gas know-how to advance renewable energy system

New Alberta Indigenous Opportunities Corporation to be ‘serious player’ in resource sector

Eight member board will have up to $1 billion available for resource projects involving First Nations participation

Pipeline industry looking at the positives: Q&A with CEPA’s Chris Bloomer

‘We want to keep developing and improving what we do socially, environmentally and sustainably’

Secure data technology aims to make oil and gas royalties more transparent for Indigenous communities

Once used for cryptocurrency, blockchain is helping First Nations maximize return from energy partnerships

Canada’s oil and gas industry already working on IEA’s call for lower emissions future

Ongoing efforts by Canadian producers to reduce greenhouse gas footprint will help meet goals set out by International Energy Agency

How a Montreal company is transforming non-recyclable waste into clean biofuel

Emerkem’s game changing Edmonton waste to biofuels facility can take turn waste destined for landfills into renewable chemicals

Adding Canada to the energy conversation in Davos

Pressure on world leaders at World Economic Forum to abandon fossil fuels ignores global benefits of Canadian energy

B.C. MLA says projects like Coastal GasLink creating prosperity for First Nations

‘For these people to come over at the last minute and claim Aboriginals were not engaged is nonsense’

Virtual reality tool gives users up close and personal tour of energy industry

PetroLMI pioneers VR technology that puts people behind the scenes in pipeline control rooms and production plants

Success of energy sector crucial to ending poverty on reserves: Dale Swampy

“To say that we are all against development is ludicrous. We’re in favour of prosperity.”

Oil sands companies doubling down on sustainability

Cenovus ups ESG effort with plans to slash GHGs, boost Indigenous engagement and enhance land and water stewardship

Labour group joins calls for federal government to approve Frontier oil sands project

Association representing 60,000 trades workers sends letter of support to Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson

Canada poised to provide world’s ‘greenest’ LNG

But new report warns uncertainty around energy policy, opposition could keep Canada on the sidelines in the race to meet growing demand

Looking to the future is the job description for transplanted Newfoundlander

Deidre Norman leading the way on innovation and next generation technologies for energy sector

Here’s how oil sands innovators are pioneering technologies that could change the world

From the Earth’s orbit to the creation of new wetlands, Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance is championing game changing tech

Pipeline promise: 2020 rings in progress on long-awaited energy projects

Trans Mountain expansion, Coastal GasLink and Enbridge’s Line 3 replacement pipelines all see major developments as new year dawns

Call to shutter Canada’s oil and gas industry ignores opportunity to reduce world’s carbon footprint

If reducing global greenhouse gas emissions is the goal, Canadian innovation can serve as model for change

Analysts optimistic about future of Canada’s energy sector

Despite hurdles, Canadian oil and gas poised to play significant role in meeting global energy demand through 2040 and beyond

A Matter of Fact

Op-Ed arguing halt to Canadian oil and gas production steeped in hyperbole while ignoring our critical role in creating a lower carbon-emissions future

Coastal GasLink pipeline lands investment partnership

Natural gas pipeline project set to open in 2023 will generate $1 billion for Indigenous and local communities while helping lower global greenhouse gas emissions