Energy Sector

Trudeau government imported $19 BILLION in foreign oil last year

Canada imported over 8.7 billion barrels of crude oil from other countries between 1988 and 2019, an average of nearly 749,000 barrels per day over the period.

Mark Milke and Lennie Kaplan

Alberta signs agreement with Ottawa cutting major environmental monitoring of oilsands

An agreement has just been reached between Alberta and the federal government that will result in a major decrease in environmental monitoring of the oilsands.

Sam Edwards

Trudeau government's carbon tax meant to punish Canadians into using less heat and fuel

The Canadian government put the federal carbon tax in place as a "powerful incentive" for homeowners to use less heat during winter months.

Sam Edwards

Trudeau government's commitment to the Paris accords will cost Canadian jobs

Keeping the Paris commitment will not be cost-free and existing policies lack sufficient means to the promised Paris end.

Mark Milke and Lennie Kaplan

Busting the myth of opposition to gas and oil by First Nations

Contrary to the anti-oil and gas narrative, for British Columbia and Alberta First Nations with a public position on oil and natural gas development, most favour it.

Gregory John and Mark Milke

Ontario steel company loses $200 million dollar Alberta project to China

The owner of Atlas Tube, an Ontario steel company is frustrated after being left out of an Albertan solar project worth $200 million.

Quinn Patrick

Joe Biden says if elected he will cancel permit for Keystone XL pipeline

The Keystone XL pipeline will be cancelled by Joe Biden if he is elected as the next US president, according to his campaign.

Sam Edwards

Don't listen to the activists, Canadian oil lives

It’s time to stop treating oil like that embarrassing cousin we neglect to invite but is always there for you when you need them most.

Warren Steinley

Jason Kenney calls on Trudeau government to provide real support to the energy industry

Premier Jason Kenney is asking for the Trudeau government to provide more support for the energy industry in Alberta while prices continue to fall.

Sam Edwards

New film shows how Calgary went from prosperous to poor under Trudeau government

A new Canadian documentary from True North called Calgary in Crisis focuses on the economic crisis faced by the city of Calgary as a result of the collapsing oil and gas industry.

Quinn Patrick

Markets up as Trump plans to fill Strategic Petroleum Reserves

"We're gonna fill it up. It's a good time to fill it up," Trump said, announcing that the US will buy low cost oil for the Strategic Petroleum Reserves.

Libby Emmons

Recent market selloffs may present a good buying opportunity

Many investors buy or sell based on a herd mentality, a desire to do what everyone else is doing. This is the opposite of a sound investment strategy.

Helen Raleigh

Gas prices may drop to 81 cents a litre later this week

Gas prices may drop as low as 81 cents this week. The price of gas continues its downward trend with stations in Ottawa seeing a drop to 90 cents pre litre

Quinn Patrick

The future of Canadian energy is nuclear: Liberal minister

In order for Canada to reach its climate targets, the Minister of Natural Resources, Seamus O’Regan says Canada must expand it nuclear power generation.

Quinn Patrick

Russia oil project eight times bigger than cancelled Alberta oil sands mine

The Teck Frontier oil sands project would have brought $20 billion dollars into Canadian economy if it hadn’t been cancelled.

Quinn Patrick