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PODCAST: Oil and gas needed to fight poverty on Indigenous lands

National Coalition of Chiefs president Dale Swampy says reserves need more jobs from responsible energy development and fewer fly-by celebrities.

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.

Alberta government to create Indigenous Opportunities Corporation

Planned $1 billion crown corporation would help Indigenous groups invest in major natural resource projects.

Offshore Oil and Gas: The next generation is here

A competitive industry provides young professionals a chance to work at home in Newfoundland and Labrador.

PODCAST: Offshore oil and NL’s global, diversified economy

A conversation with Mark Shrimpton on how Newfoundland and Labrador’s offshore industry has helped the province nurture companies, talent and technologies to compete on the world stage.

Kitselas Chief believes in working with LNG companies

Chief Joe Bevan says proactive approach is leading to improving relationships with industry, economic opportunities for Indigenous communities.

Mayor Lori Ackerman named Energy Person of the Year 2019

The mayor of Fort St. John, B.C. is an outspoken advocate for the energy industry.

What do oil and natural gas mean to Canada?

Canada’s oil and natural gas industry supports more than 500,000 jobs in communities across the nation: find out how.

How the oil sands benefit all of Canada

Local companies in every province supply goods and services to the oil sands—creating jobs, growth and economic opportunity in local communities.