Blaming the Fort Mac fires on oil production doesn’t make sense historically or scientifically
May 29, 2016
Justin Trudeau and his Liberals are facing intense pressure to match Quebec’s $1-billion bailout of Bombardier’s financially strapped airplane division
May 08, 2016
If the Liberals remain focused on trying to grow the economy through government spending, rather than policies that encourage private sector wealth creation, the chances of a rebound in economic growth will be very unlikely
Apr 04, 2016
Crimping domestic oil’s market access subsidizes corrupt nations while robbing us of funds that could more than pay for PM’s spending promises
Mar 06, 2016
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s words at Davos were an ill-considered message to political and business leaders of countries that pay hundreds of billions of dollars for those resources
Jan 31, 2016
As the new year dawns, Canadians’ lists of erroneous beliefs seem to be lengthening, not shortening
Jan 03, 2016
From garbage dumping to shipping pollution to agricultural runoff to overfishing, the worlds’ most important natural resource is under imminent danger of passing the point of no return
Dec 10, 2015
From fuel subsidies to carbon taxes, finding consensus at annual UN Conference of Parties could prove difficult
Nov 10, 2015
A more reliable source of electricity than wind and solar power, switching from coal to natural gas power generation would cut carbon dioxide emissions nearly in half while eliminating toxic particulates and nitrogen oxide
Oct 04, 2015
Campaigns to encourage divestment from hydrocarbon companies over environmental concerns are misguided and hypocritical
Sep 06, 2015
Gwyn Morgan rose from his modest roots on an Alberta farm to become one of Canada’s foremost business leaders and ardent champion of the importance of Canadian-headquartered international enterprises. Gwyn has served on the board of directors of five global corporations. He serves as a trustee of the Fraser Institute, the Manning Centre for Building Democracy and the Dalai Lama Center for Peace and Education.
He devoted three decades to building EnCana Corp. into Canada’s largest energy company. When he stepped down as founding CEO at the end of 2005, EnCana was Canada's most valuable company with a stock market value of approximately $60-billion. Gwyn has been recognized as Canada’s Outstanding CEO of the Year and also as Canada’s Most Respected CEO. He has been inducted as a Member of The Order of Canada.
Gwyn and his wife Patricia Trottier live near Victoria, BC. A lover of the great outdoors and a wellness enthusiast, he and his wife are advocates of holistic medicine and taking personal responsibility for our health.