At their 2015 Summer Meeting, Canada’s Premiers finalized the Canadian Energy Strategy, a demonstration of their commitment to strengthening the economy, creating jobs, ensuring a secure supply of energy for all Canadians, supporting energy innovation and addressing climate change.
As owners of natural resources, provinces and territories have an essential role to play in developing Canada as a global leader in energy development, knowledge and…
Premiers discussed the Canadian Energy Strategy (CES). British Columbia joined the initiative in November 2013. Quebec is now also a full partner in this initiative. Premiers are pleased that all provinces and territories are now participating in the development of the Strategy.
Premiers discussed the ongoing collaborative work of all provinces and territories on the Canadian Energy Strategy (CES). Premiers approved the CES last year to enable a cooperative approach to sustainable energy development that enhances the ways that energy is produced, moved and used in Canada. This will help maximize the social, environmental and economic benefits that flow from the energy sector and improve the quality of life in Canada. The CES underpins the shared priorities of economic strength, job creation, climate action, energy security and innovation.
Premiers released the Canadian Energy Strategy, a demonstration of their commitment to strengthening the economy, creating jobs, ensuring a secure supply of energy for all Canadians, supporting energy innovation and addressing climate change.
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Premiers continued to explore opportunities to strengthen economic growth in Canada and support good paying jobs for Canadians. Premiers noted the importance of expanding trade as a key factor in growing Canada’s economy […]
Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Paul Davis hosted Canada’s Premiers and their delegations for the 2015 Summer Meeting of Canada’s Premiers. The meeting…
Canada’s Premiers are focused on actions to maintain the strength of the Canadian economy in the current international economic situation. Premiers shared perspectives on commodity prices, the fluctuating value of the Canadian dollar, and how these changes will impact their respective fiscal plans.