Job losses, business closures and mounting debt: the economic toll of COVID-19 has yet to be fully assessed. Canada’s economic recovery will depend on a united effort. As one of Canada’s largest industries, supplying our largest export product, and a major source of investment and tax revenue, responsible Canadian oil and natural gas can and must play a key role in supporting good jobs and generating economic growth to benefit all Canadians.
Economic impact of COVID-19 and Canada’s path to recovery
The economic impacts of COVID-19 have been extreme–Canada’s oil and natural gas industry can help drive the recovery.
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