Why does Quebec spend billions of dollars each year importing natural gas when it could develop and use its own local natural gas resources instead? That’s what we investigated …
Category: Natural Resource Development
Just for starters, you’d have to walk to the grocery store…
Could you imagine raising a baby without using any products that are made from oil? Watch this clip and let us know.
Some people want governments to keep oil in the ground. Can you guess how that would that affect an electric car like a Tesla?
Some environmentalists want governments to simply “keep oil in the ground.” How would that affect your grocery store? We visited a grocery store in Winnipeg to learn more about how that would affect your shopping experience.
37 NHL-sized arenas. That’s what the proposed Teck mine in Alberta is roughly equal to in terms of cost. It’s an absolutely enormous project for
SecondStreet.org has been doing research into natural resource development and climate change. One interesting story we came across involves Berg Chilling Systems, an Ontario company that has developed technology that helps oil and gas companies reduce their emissions.
Column Share on twitter Share on facebook Share on linkedin Share on email Play Video Dennis Giesbrecht has worked on oil and gas projects all
Shawn Organ lives in Nova Scotia and commutes to Fort McMurray for work in the oil and gas sector. He told us about how Alberta’s oil sector affects Nova Scotia.
SecondStreet.org recently sat down with Jocelyn Bamford and Dan Kelly to discuss natural resource projects in Canada and how they affect people across the country.