Can an Energy Company Make Money and Save the Environment?

Suzanne West believes that she can build an oil company that’s both sustainable and highly profitable. Is she out to lunch – or on to something huge? More →

Why worries about Rachel Notley’s approach to energy might be overblown

The “Orange Crush” rolled over Alberta, making Rachel Notley the premier of Alberta for the next four years. So what does that mean for the energy industry? More →

Meet Robyn Hemminger, the hard-working director at FirstEnergy Capital

In work and in life, Robyn Hemminger fully immerses himself in the task at hand More →

Creative Capital: Replicating the unlikely success of Frog Lake Energy Resources

Joe Dion and the Frog Lake First Nation couldn’t get the money they needed from Canada’s banks. So they looked east – way east More →

Nation Building: Assembly of First Nations Chief Perry Bellegarde

Canada's new national chief is ready to do business – differently More →

In Good Spirit: Calvin Helin and the Eagle Spirit Energy pipeline

Oil pipelines have consistently run into opposition from aboriginal groups. That’s why Vancouver lawyer Calvin Helin thinks it’s time for a new approach More →

Conversation Starter

The energy sector knows it has to consult with First Nations. But what happens when that word means different things to different people? More →