In the wake of the Keystone XL pipeline cancellation, Gary Mar of the Canada West Foundation discusses the next chapter of Canada – U.S. relations on natural gas and oil.
Kelly McTaggart discusses how communities across Canada who depend on natural gas and oil for jobs and opportunities are doing through tough times–and why there’s hope for the future.
PetroLMI podcast ‘Not Your Grandpa’s Energy Industry’ delves into a day in the life of workers in the Canadian Energy Industry
Canadians believe natural gas and oil should be part of our economic recovery. What does that mean for an industry facing major challenges?
Margareta Dovgal of Resource Works chats with Energy Examined about how support for Canada’s resource sector could create 2.6 million jobs while driving action on climate change.
As we turn our thoughts to recovery, let’s reflect on what Canadian natural gas and oil has meant during the pandemic, and what it will mean to Canada during the recovery.
Crystal Smith of the Haisla First Nation discusses how LNG and pipeline investments have helped reduce poverty, remove barriers and preserve traditional culture among the Haisla and their neighbours.
Many non-Indigenous protesters appear to be appropriating an Indigenous issue for their own self-serving purposes.
These are illegal protests, and the economy and function of our country cannot be held hostage.
Ellis Ross, a former Haisla Nation chief and current BC MLA says Canada a leader in Indigenous relationships.