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Industry growth drives opportunity in Indigenous communities

Many Indigenous communities have built and continue to build a prosperous economic future by working with industry.

Industry works with Indigenous peoples toward shared prosperity

From procurement opportunities for Indigenous businesses to support for UNDRIP, Canada’s oil and gas industry is committed to engaging with Indigenous peoples.

Owning Our Future: Clayton Blood

A perspective on oil and natural gas development from Clayton Blood, General Manager, Kainaiwa Resources.

Coastal GasLink pipeline receives strong Indigenous support

TransCanada has signed agreements with all Indigenous bands along the Coastal Gaslink pipeline route.

Court decision nullifies Trans Mountain approval

Federal Court of Appeal says flaws in the Trans Mountain approval must be remedied before project can proceed.

Direct and Indirect Jobs across Canada

Canada’s oil and gas industry creates jobs in a wide range of trades and professions from coast to coast.

Day of Support for TMX in Ottawa

Canadian Chamber of Commerce brings together business, labour and Indigenous leaders to meet with Parliamentarians.

Creating the world’s largest protected area of boreal forest

Alberta and federal governments, Syncrude, Tallcree First Nation and Nature Conservancy of Canada partner to protect boreal lands.

Ellis Ross addresses First Nations and natural resource development

B.C. MLA and former Haisla Chief Councillor discusses how the environmental movement has “stopped the progress of First Nations.”

‘Eco colonialism’: Rift between Indigenous groups and green activists

News article highlights Indigenous communities who say they’ve had enough of activists invading their lands and misleading them about their agendas.