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This federal election, Canada’s political parties will present their visions for the future of our country as we emerge from a period unlike any other in our history. The world is recovering, and many will present this recovery as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to implement their vision for Canada’s future. And while the various promises offered throughout the campaign will have their differences, one commodity will be needed for those promises to be kept.

Energy.

Why Vote Energy?


Healthcare, highways, education, cleantech innovations that reduce emissions – improving in any of these sectors will require energy. And while the focus on a sustainable planet has never been greater, the reality is global demand for all forms of energy is rising rapidly and is expected to surpass pre-Covid levels early next year.

So, what are we going to do about it?

We can choose to deny the global realities of natural gas and oil demand, continue creating hurdles for Canada’s energy industry and allow our country to fall further behind as jobs and production are exported to other countries who don’t have our environmental standards.

Or we can choose to capture this opportunity for Canada. We can create meaningful jobs for our young people, grow stronger communities, make a real difference in the fight to reduce global emissions through made-in-Canada cleantech innovations, and help contribute to reconciliation with Indigenous peoples by generating sustainable economic opportunities.


 


I know which way I’ll choose.

I’m voting for a stronger Canadian oil and gas industry.

I’m voting for a stronger Canada.

I’m voting for Energy.

Learn more at
www.voteenergy.ca

Thank you,

Jarret and the team at Canada's Energy Citizens

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