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PODCAST: Hardship and hope for Canada’s oil and gas communities

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.

Building thriving communities in the oil sands region

As executive director of the Oil Sands Community Alliance, Perry Berkenpas brings a collaborative approach to working with communities while enabling responsible growth of Canada’s oil sands.

Indigenous employment income and the natural gas and oil industry

MLI report shows importance of resource sector in creating sustainable, high quality jobs.

VR takes viewers to the heart of energy production

Virtual reality opens doors and answers questions about how Canada’s natural gas and oil are produced safely and sustainably.

The Road to Reconciliation

Series of articles examines what meaningful consultation and economic reconciliation look like.

PODCAST: Economic reconciliation in a post-COVID world

Karen Ogen Toews of the First Nations LNG Alliance and Wet’suwet’en First Nation discusses COVID and economic reconciliation through energy projects that create jobs, investment and partnerships.

Natural resources key to economic recovery: report

Panel of industry experts says the resource sector could create 2.6 million new jobs.

PODCAST: Doing Indigenous consultation the right way

Bob Joseph of Indigenous Corporate Training discusses how to get it right when conducting Indigenous consultation on major energy projects.

Task force to recommend policies for jobs, economic recovery

Twenty prominent Canadians, supported by industries, organizations and Indigenous groups, will create a recovery blueprint.

Virtual town hall shows support for offshore industry

Video conference event led by Newfoundland Offshore Industry Association attracts more than 800 participants.