By Natural Resources Minister Jim CarrDec. 4, 2017
By driving innovation, improving environmental performance, restoring public confidence and advancing Indigenous partnerships, we can create the prosperity we all want while protecting the planet we all cherish, writes Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr.
Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr hosted the Generation Energy conference in Winnipeg from Oct. 11-12. The Hill Times file photograph
What happens when 380,000 Canadians imagine our country’s energy future? You get a vision of what Canada can be; a country built on the three pillars of economic prosperity, environmental protection and Indigenous partnerships.
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