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TIME TO INVEST IN OFFSHORE FAMILIES

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.

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ACTIVIST GROUPS SEEK TO HINDER CANADA’S ECONOMIC RECOVERY WHEN IT COUNTS

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.

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CANADA IS STILL BUILDING MUCH-NEEDED MARKET ACCESS

Our country has been through a lot in the past few months. The unemployment rate has soared to 13 per cent, compared to 7.8 per cent in March, and many businesses have closed their doors forever. Action has been taken by the Federal government to help preserve jobs, but in the long run, Canada will need a strong natural resource industry to create jobs that support a strong economy. A strong natural resource industry requires the ability for products to be easily exported to customers all over the globe.

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DEVELOPING CANADA’S NATURAL RESOURCES IS IN OUR NATIONAL INTEREST

In the past week prominent political leaders staunchly declared that ‘oil is dead’. Now, we have three influential anti-development groups: Environmental Defence, San Francisco based Stand.Earth, and Équiterre who have released a poorly researched report that came to the absurd conclusion that “the oil sands are no longer in our national interest”.

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FROM BURNABY TO SAINT JOHN

On Tuesday we came across a piece of news that really highlighted just how badly Canada needs pipelines.

The company that owns Canada’s largest refinery applied to use tankers to bring oil from Burnaby, south through the Panama canal all the way north to Saint John New Brunswick!

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