Category Archives: Industry News

Fraser Institute News Release: Bills C-69 and C-48 further damage investment climate of Canada’s energy sector while U.S. investment soars

The ability of Canada’s energy sector to attract investment has been weakened by several government policies in recent years, all the while investment in the United States has soared, finds a new collection of essays released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian policy think-tank. “While Canada’s energy…

Canadian innovator JL Energy Transportation Inc. successfully defends patent challenge from major Canada/US pipeline and gas processing companies

JL Energy Transportation Inc. (JLTI) announces that it has successfully defended a Federal Court challenge to its gas transportation patent, with the court confirming the validity of its key patent terms. This endorsement clears the way for JETI’s continuation of its licence and patent infringement claims against an alliance of…

North Dakota Ranks #1 In Best States for Millennials

North Dakota ranks number one among all states in the best states for young adults, according to a recent study by MoneyRates.com. The study focuses on where 20- to 24-year-olds have the best shot at thriving in today’s economy. “We are excited about this ranking that acknowledges the many opportunities…

Approval of Trans Mountain Expansion Project the right decision for Canada

The federal government’s decision yesterday to approve the Trans Mountain Expansion Project (TMEP) is the right move for Canada, sparking the creation of thousands of jobs and opening the door to billions of dollars in long-term economic benefits nation-wide. The federal government’s decision today to approve the Trans Mountain Expansion…

Fraser Institute News Release: Pipelines key to raising living standards in remote, poor Indigenous communities

A large number of small, remote and fairly poor First Nations in British Columbia and Alberta support pipelines because they stand to gain substantially from them, finds a new study released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank. “Pipelines can be economic lifelines for many…

Let’s fight for our homeless veterans and their families!

By James Gillespie  I will never forget the first time that I met DeLisa. She was walking down the hallway of the Comitis Crisis Center with her two small boys on each side of her, holding their mother’s hands. Comitis is a homeless shelter in Aurora, Colorado. When I first…