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Natural Resources Canada | Natural Resources Canada

Jan 23, 2020 ...Natural Resources Canada Natural Resources Canada seeks to enhance the responsible development and use of Canada’s natural resources and the competitiveness of Canada’s natural resources products. Explore Canada’s electric vehicle charging network Planning a trip this summer? Check out our interactive map to find an EV charging station along the way. Why

Infographics | Natural Resources Canada

Feb 4, 2020 ..., A., Bernier, P.Y., et al. 2017. Species composition, forest properties and land cover types across Canada’s forests at 250m resolution for 2001 and 2011. Natural Resources Canada–Canadian Forest Service, Laurentian Forestry Centre, Quebec, Canada. (accessed February 19, 2018). Canada’s forests by the numbers Download the graphic (PDF) Text version Graphic 1. Canada’s

Natural Gas | Natural Resources Canada

Jan 30, 2020 ...Natural Gas Canada is the world’s fifth-largest producer and fourth-largest exporter of natural gas. As part of a fully integrated and continental natural gas market, Canada moves its natural gas resources seamlessly across provincial and national borders, from supply basins to demand centres. Regional prices reflecting market forces, including transmission

How to apply | Natural Resources Canada

Feb 12, 2020 ... as submitted to the Program until they receive the acknowledgement notice. Proposal Review, Due Diligence Process, Selection and Notification Applications will undergo a due diligence assessment, which could include a confirmation of the specifics provided in the project proposal. Natural Resources Canada may request that the Applicant provide clarification to support

Introduction to the Regulations | Natural Resources Canada

Feb 13, 2020 ...Introduction to the Regulations Canada’s Energy Efficiency Act (Act) and Energy Efficiency Regulations (the Regulations) Canada’s Energy Efficiency Act (Act) and Energy Efficiency Regulations (the Regulations) are administered by Natural Resources Canada (NRCan). This introduction to the requirements of the Regulations is general in nature. Refer to the Act

Green Jobs in Natural Resources | Natural Resources Canada

Dec 18, 2019 ...Green Jobs in Natural Resources Green jobs are the future in a world that is increasingly valuing sustainable practices as part of the transition to a low-carbon economy and the transformation of the natural resource sectors. To help young Canadians start their career, Natural Resources Canada is investing in green jobs in natural resources through our

Homebuilders | Natural Resources Canada

Jan 2, 2020 ...Homebuilders Want to become a participating builder Become an EnerGuide Rating System Registered Builder Become an ENERGY STAR® for New Homes Builder Become an R-2000 Builder Marketing Resources for Builders Already a builder participating in Natural Resources Canada’s initiatives? Sign in to the members’ only resource centre to access administrative

Participant resources | Natural Resources Canada

Jan 10, 2020 ... Participant Award winners. ENERGY STAR news: Read the latest edition of our quarterly newsletter. The ENERGY STAR name and symbol are trademarks registered in Canada by the United States Environmental Protection Agency and are administered and promoted by Natural Resources Canada. Date Modified: 2020-01-10

Career Opportunities | Natural Resources Canada

Feb 10, 2020 ... what we are all about! Working at NRCan Get to know who we are and what we offer. How to apply Excited about an opportunity? Follow these steps to apply for a job. Opportunity to Serve the Public – Natural Resources Canada View our Governor in Council and Ministerial Appointments NRCan Tweets A Twitter list by @NRCanJobs In the Spotlight – Check out the videos

Indicator: Communities | Natural Resources Canada

Feb 14, 2020 ...? Indigenous participation in Canada’s forest industry is expected to increase. Several Indigenous-led projects were announced in 2017 and new Government of Canada programs, such as Clean Energy for Rural and Remote Communities, present additional opportunities for Indigenous participation in the natural resources sector, including forestry. The forest sector

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