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Why C-15 and UNDRIP matter?

Wondering what C-15, the UNDRIP bill, is and what it means for Indigenous peoples? Check out this explainer video by the Indigenous Resource Network.

PODCAST: What’s up with orphan wells in Canada?

Lars DePauw of the Orphan Well Association explains how support from industry and government are helping accelerate the pace of reclamation, which is good news for landowners, the environment and workers.

PODCAST: How the CFS could hurt Canada’s economic recovery

Economist Miguel Ouellette of the Montreal Economic Institute discusses how the proposed Clean Fuel Standard could be detrimental to Canada’s recovery with uncertain environmental outcomes.

What they’re saying about the CFS

Different voices agree: the proposed Clean Fuel Standard has problems and would harm Canadian competitiveness. It needs to change.

Industry recommendations to improve the Clean Fuel Standard

As proposed, the CFS will raise costs without effective emissions reduction — but it can be improved.

Where in the world are methane emissions?

Methane is a greenhouse gas byproduct of oil and gas operations. See how Canada is a world leader at reducing and eliminating methane.

PODCAST: Can Canada’s economy come back without oil and gas?

Energy executive, investor and philanthropist Mac Van Wielingen says he can’t imagine a recovery without Canada’s largest industrial sector and export commodity.

Creating a forward path to economic recovery

Collaboration between the federal government and Canada’s natural gas and oil industry can help drive our recovery.

What is the Clean Fuel Standard?

What you need to know about new regulations that will broadly increase Canadians’ fuel costs at a difficult time for our economy.

COSIA: Creating Natural Habitat an Exacting Science

The process of returning land to nature is called land reclamation and it’s an exacting science