In what is by far the most important and costly service, Canada is only country that forbids competing with public system
Mar 01, 2015
The 1980’s price collapse should be a lesson on the importance of building a company’s asset base resources with the lowest possible development and operating costs
Feb 01, 2015
Without a thriving resource sector, the living standards of virtually every Canadian would decline
Jan 04, 2015
By the end of 2014, more than 1.7 billion of global mobile phone users – some 40 per cent – will own smartphones
Nov 30, 2014
Compared with coal, natural gas produces half the carbon dioxide, less than a third of the nitrogen oxide and just one per cent of the sulphur dioxide, with virtually no particulates
Nov 02, 2014
In a choice between building wealth or building debt, frack-fearing voters chose debt
Oct 05, 2014
The principal conveyer of the benefits of free-enterprise capitalism, the corporation, has come under attack - the words “corporate” and “profit” are being used as derogatory adjectives
Sep 07, 2014
Rapid response to problems by government is usually worthy of applause, but for a complex program that’s been part of Canada’s economic mosaic for four decades, it’s now clear that the politically driven haste has left serious unintended consequences
Aug 17, 2014
Expecting project sponsors to win a public popularity contest against the fact-distorting propaganda of ideologically anti-development NGO’s would bring Canada’s most important economic driver to a screeching halt
Aug 04, 2014
On June 26, the high court awarded title to a piece of the B.C. Interior roughly the size of PEI to the 3,000-member T’silhqot’in First Nation
Jul 13, 2014
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.