Minister Brian Jean – Energy and Minerals Brian Jean was sworn in as the Minister of Energy and Minerals on June 9, 2023. He previously served as the Minister of Jobs, Economy, and Northern Development. Prior to his service as an elected official at the provincial level, Mr. Jean was a Member of Parliament from […]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZvJHtyKVSY This fireside chat offers a comprehensive look at leadership, business strategy, and technological advancements. A panel of seasoned experts dives into topics ranging from succession planning and leadership qualities to the challenges posed by alternative fuels and autonomous vehicles. The discussion, enriched by motivational and philosophical insights, provides a multifaceted understanding of the industry’s […]
About The Event This fireside chat offers a comprehensive look at leadership, business strategy, and technological advancements. A panel of seasoned experts dives into topics ranging from succession planning and leadership qualities to the challenges posed by alternative fuels and autonomous vehicles. The discussion, enriched by motivational and philosophical insights, provides a multifaceted understanding of […]
Embracing innovation, making timely decisions, and fostering investor confidence are the hallmarks of successful national economies around the world. The Supreme Court’s decision to scrap Bill C-69, the Impact Assessment Act (IAA), is a significant positive step in creating a better investment climate for major projects and the family-supporting jobs and prosperity that come with […]
The race to a low-carbon future is on. Those who can adapt and meet the world’s growing energy needs while decreasing emissions will be assured of a secure economic future.
With house prices rising and homeownership becoming increasingly impossible for many Canadians, it’s a very convenient time for the Prime Minister to suddenly announce that “it’s not his job.” The rising cost of housing in Canada has reached a crisis point. If you ask the general public who’s to blame, you get a variety of answers. In a recent survey, 40 per cent readily pointed to the federal government, 32 per cent point to the provincial government and 6 per cent blamed municipal governments. The newly minted ministers at the Liberal Cabinet Summit declared housing a top priority but offered no solutions.
https://youtu.be/lm4b6bsBlGA About The Event Premier Daniel Smith addresses multiple subjects affecting Alberta, including the introduction of new technologies like nuclear energy and the challenges it faces. He discusses the importance of inter-provincial agreements for economic growth, specifically mentioning an economic corridor agreement with Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Smith also stresses the necessity of community feedback for […]
The Benefits of Partnering for Progress Catherine and Mike discuss the new partnership between AEG and ICBA to provide quality group health benefits for AEG members. They outline the advantages of ICBA’s nonprofit model, how the partnership will allow AEG to better serve its members, and the importance of regularly reviewing your benefits package to […]
About Simon Raven I am an entrepreneur, innovator, and creative thinker with a passion for solving complex problems in the global energy industry. With a strong track record of success, I have a proven ability to start businesses, lead high-performance teams, and execute creative business strategies that create value for customers and stakeholders. Energy Enthusiast […]
Kris Liivam, President of Arctic Fire Safety Services Here is a brief bio: Kris Liivam, President of Arctic Fire Safety Services, has been involved in safety consulting since 2000. During this time he has worked for such organizations as Cancarb, TransCanada Pipelines, Honeywell, and KEYera. As well, Mr. Liivam taught part time at the Medicine […]