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Canadian business leaders unite to help combat virus spread

Open letter signed by Canadian CEOs outlines ‘the new normal’ with COVID-19

PODCAST: Pipelines, First Nations and reconciliation: Another view

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.

Industry in Action: Offshore operators improve performance

Collaborative plan aims to position Atlantic Canada as the safest and most environmentally responsible offshore operating region in the world

Cenovus Energy to help address Indigenous housing shortage

Oil sands company to provide homes, jobs and training in northern Alberta

What’s the goal of non-Indigenous groups behind #ShutDownCanada?

Many non-Indigenous protesters appear to be appropriating an Indigenous issue for their own self-serving purposes.

Trans Mountain a win for Canada and First Nations

Edmonton Journal article highlights how court decision represents a win for First Nations who see resource development as path to economic reconciliation.

Indigenous partnership builds wilderness lodge for workers

Sukunka Lodge will house up to 700 workers on the Coastal GasLink pipeline project in northern B.C., with West Moberly First Nations playing a lead role.

Chiefs look to natural resources to defeat Indigenous poverty

National Coalition of Chiefs representing Indigenous communities across Canada believe oil and natural gas development key to economic reconciliation.

Indigenous leaders hold summit in support of energy development

More than 80 First Nations chiefs and Metis leaders hold summit in Calgary in support of oil and natural gas as a means to defeat on reserve poverty.