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Myth: Indigenous peoples oppose energy development

Not only do many Indigenous peoples support oil and natural gas development—many communities depend on it.

CAPP supports federal investigation on foreign interference

Federal government creates task force to examine foreign-funded interference in Canadian political affairs

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.

LNG Canada: Toward a successful FID

The go-ahead for a major LNG project on Canada’s West Coast is a bold step to put Canada on the global LNG map.

Oil and natural gas: backbone of the Alberta economy

By any measure, a competitive oil and natural gas industry is vital to jobs and prosperity for all Albertans.

VIDEO: Chief Roy Fox discusses Canada’s Bill C-69

Chief of the Blood Tribe says majority of Treaty 7 leaders oppose proposed rewrite of Canada’s energy project approval process.

Expressions of Support for Coastal GasLink Pipeline by First Nations

Haisla, Skin Tyee and others say the pipeline offers jobs and opportunities for Indigenous communities

The little company that could

A perspective on industry and Indigenous engagement from Nicole Bourque-Bouchier

Working Warriors: Opportunities for Indigenous workers

How industry and Indigenous communities can work together: A perspective from Jamie Saulnier of Running Deer Resources.

Working towards shared prosperity

CAPP report outlines opportunity for Canada’s oil and natural gas industry and Indigenous peoples to work together.