Tag Archives: The Fraser Institute

Fraser Institute News Release: Bills C-69 and C-48 further damage investment climate of Canada’s energy sector while U.S. investment soars

The ability of Canada’s energy sector to attract investment has been weakened by several government policies in recent years, all the while investment in the United States has soared, finds a new collection of essays released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian policy think-tank. “While Canada’s energy…

Fraser Institute News Release: Pipelines key to raising living standards in remote, poor Indigenous communities

A large number of small, remote and fairly poor First Nations in British Columbia and Alberta support pipelines because they stand to gain substantially from them, finds a new study released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank. “Pipelines can be economic lifelines for many…

Results from the most recent Fraser Institute survey: Saskatchewan continues to be very attractive for petroleum exploration and development

By Gerry Angevine, Senior Fellow, the Fraser Institute Saskatchewan ranks as the most attractive Canadian jurisdiction for upstream petroleum oil and gas investment according to participants in the Fraser Institute’s 2013 Global Petroleum Survey. Saskatchewan dislodged Manitoba from the top spot—regaining the position that it held in 2011. Both provinces…