As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, Canada and governments around the world are working to contain the virus, keep people safe and limit economic impacts. Throughout the crisis, the energy sector and its workers have reliably provided the power that Canadians and essential services depend on.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, Canada and governments the world over are working to contain the virus, keep people safe and limit economic impacts.
The Government of Canada remains committed to innovation and building a clean energy future to stimulate the economy, create good jobs and support the natural resource sectors through this tough economic time.
Canada’s climate plan is working for the planet and it’s working for Canadians. As Canada builds a cleaner economy, lowering pollution in the transportation sector is critical. The Government of Canada is encouraging the widespread adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) and is raising awareness so Canadians can make informed decisions when choosing their next vehicle.
Canada's forest sector continues to be an important source of employment across the country, including in rural, remote and Indigenous communities in Ontario. That is why Canada is investing in projects to equip Indigenous communities with the tools to build greener businesses and promote economic stability in the forest sector.
Canada is helping to build the low-carbon economy. That is why we are investing in the development of new and innovative technologies that will help us fight climate change, boost the economy and create good jobs for Canadians.
The Canadian Minerals and Metals Plan (CMMP) is a milestone in our mining history, outlining a new vision for mining that will help Canada seize the generational opportunities of this clean-growth century.