Extracting added value from commodities like minerals, energy, paper and lumber is the most realistic option we have to create more high-tech jobs in an era when over 70 per cent of global trade is in intermediate goods and services and capital goods.
Posted by Resource Works | October 31, 2017 10:39 PM
In 2017, the high-tech natural resource sectors – forestry, mining, energy, and the essential support activities for these pursuits – remain the economic drivers of the British Columbia economy. Here's why.
If you are a supporter of economic opportunity, job creation, benefit sharing with communities, and new markets for Canadian energy, here’s your opportunity to write to the National Energy Board and reiterate the reasons for why the pipeline should go ahead.