With its most recent report attacking Canada’s oil and natural gas industry, Environmental Defence Canada is using the fringe activist playbook by combining biased opinion and manipulated data and dressing it all up as a research report.
Many of us have had to make significant sacrifices in order to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet, that hasn’t stopped Canadian’s from stepping up to do their part and contribute when they can.
Norway gets it. It’s only the world’s 15th largest oil producing nation – Canada ranks 4th – but Norway gets it. The country recognizes how critical its oil and natural gas industry is to the health and well-being of the economy and its citizens. As a country, Norway recognizes you can have a world-class industry, producing an essential product, while still being an environmental leader.
The Tilbury Phase 2 LNG expansion in Delta, British Columbia will expand an existing Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) facility allowing FortisBC to help meet the growing global demand for LNG with some of the world’s cleanest natural gas. This hasn’t stopped the opposition group Stand.earth from campaigning against the project.
Woodfibre LNG is a fully permitted project based along the Sea to Sky corridor that will reduce global emissions, yet some District of Squamish councillors and activists are trying to add last-minute roadblocks.