At the end of 2014, capital expenditures in Canada’s oil and gas sector sat at nearly $21 billion. Today, it’s under $10.5 billion.
While looking for new work, 68% of the survey respondents discovered that they’re being underpaid in their current roles.
Wildfires in Western Canada during the first half of the year reduced oil production capacity in those provinces, which ate at profits within the industry.
You probably know that privatization of public services worsens those services, but did you know that it worsens the economy, too?
This brings the total to 13 completed calls to action since the TRC released their report in 2015. That’s fewer than 2 a year.
Despite the removal of the last few remaining public health protections last year, the implementation of the Emergency Act over a year ago prevented Canada from crawling out of 12th place.
Hint: it’s not because they just aren’t trying hard enough.
At this rate, it’s going to be tough for Canada to meet its climate change commitments.
The number of hours Canadian missed due to illness or injury last year was the highest in at least a decade.
Alberta saw 13 CEOs make the top 100 list, compared to just 11 in 2020. And most of them were in the energy sector.