Engaged women recognize there are environmental impacts of having oil and gas in the energy stack but a majority are unwilling to make tradeoffs that jeopardize their standard of living.
New survey shows Canadian women support the energy industry as a means to maintain their quality of life.
When it comes to energy prices, the carbon tax is an especially hot topic right now as is the rising cost of energy. In fact, it’s been all over the news and it made national headlines.
In October, the Supreme Court of Canada made national headlines when it ruled that parts of the Impact Assessment Act (IAA), also known as Bill C-69 (or the ‘No More Pipelines’ bill), are unconstitutional.
Canadian Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) is the cleaner fuel alternative that Asian markets want and need
The solution for regions of the world that don’t have access to different types of energy is to provide alternatives to what they have today. One choice can, and should, be Canadian liquified natural gas (LNG).
If we focus more on how the energy sector can support emission-reduction goals and less on the political ideologies that might divide us, then everybody wins — and so does our planet.
Energy literally runs the world, but not everyone has the same access to power. What’s causing the global energy crisis?
Key takeaways from our June 2023 event where Canada Powered by Women hosted 150 women eager to discuss the common ground of energy transformation.
Our country can feel divided in an election year, but new research shows a high level of unity across Canada among engaged women and their beliefs on the economy and energy.
Canadian energy is changing, and it’s changing for the better. In fact, the change is so profound that we think it’s nothing short of a transformation.