"In our increasingly polarized arena called Canadian energy, the steady voice of Resource Works stands out. Balanced, yet hard-hitting, the tireless voice of Stewart Muir and his organization represents apolitical views from the 'rational middle'. Anyone with a stake in the future of Canadian energy — fossil fuels, renewable or otherwise — should support Resource Works' research and communication initiatives for the betterment of our country," said Peter Tertzakian.
Mayor Lori Ackerman
“I remember the day when the concept of Resources Works was presented to me; I immediately saw value in providing factual information on our resource industries. Since then, Resources Works has not only lived up to that expectation but has exceeded it in so many ways,” said Fort St. John Mayor Lori Ackerman.
“The Resource Works Society is proactive, progressive and professional. Their coverage of the oil and gas industry is current and responsive to the latest happenings. Their coverage is diplomatic and respectful, and their conferences and webinars include relevant speakers to Indigenous issues,” said Karen Ogen-Toews, CEO of the First Nations LNG Alliance.
Mayor Gaby Wickstrom
“Resource works provides well-researched information and articles that I am able to share with confidence. Stewart Muir and his team are knowledgeable and always helpful when I am seeking clarity on a resource topic. As a Mayor of a rural community, I have never felt our issues are too small or not valued. In fact, Resource Works often reaches out to see what the effects of policy change may have to our region,” said Port McNeill Mayor Gaby Wickstrom.
"We have partnered with Resource Works since their inception, supporting their efforts to bring diverse parties together to explore ways and means to stimulate the economy. Their professional efforts have been foundational to the establishment of mutually-beneficial relationships between government, industry and Indigenous Peoples," said Dan George. Dan is the president and CEO of Four Directions Management Services.
"Resource Works provides valuable advocacy support for Canada’s resource industries. The Society highlights the important role that the resource industries play in keeping Canada’s economy strong,” said Patricia Mohr, economist and commodity market specialist.
“As a supporter of responsible resources and an advocate of the Northwest, I joined the Resource Works Society Advisory Board because of their collaborative, informed and transparent approach to natural resource advocacy,” said Lisa Mueller. Lisa is the founder of Nation2Nation Events.
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