I am excited to be visiting Montreal tomorrow for the next leg of my energy literacy tour with the Economic Club of Canada. Our tour, called Canada’s Energy Agenda–Getting it Right, focuses on helping Canadians understand how we can work toward ensuring market access for Canada’s energy resources. These are issues crucial to Alberta and Canada’s prosperity. Below, I talk about why we’re taking this tour, what I’ve learned, and what the next steps are.
I had a great time in Toronto and Edmonton last week speaking and listening to panelists on my energy literacy tour. As I’ve been touring around, I’ve been able to speak with a number of media outlets, and I’m pleased to see that others have been recognizing the work we’re doing. You can see some of the coverage we’ve had from these events below.
My most recent interview with BNN:
I’ve been touring around the country with the Economic Club of Canada in an effort to encourage energy literacy in our country. During the tour, I’ve had the opportunity to speak with a few media outlets about the challenges we are facing and how I think we can stimulate action in our energy sector. We have great opportunity to develop progressive energy projects in Canada, but we are at a stalemate. In order to take advantage of these opportunities, we must engage in a positive dialogue with environmental groups and First Nations. You can hear my thoughts at the links below.
My chat with Ryan Jespersen of 630 CHED:
My interview on The Early Edition about my efforts to change the conversation around the energy sector:
My interview on CBC Eyeopener about restarting our energy conversation:
My article in the Financial Post about creating a template for new energy projects:
My interview on Edmonton AM