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Many indigenous communities rely on the energy sector for jobs and now they are speaking out. (BNN Video)

Many indigenous communities rely on the energy sector for jobs and now they are speaking out.

Drilling report indicates a continued decline in energy sector

The numbers are indicating that the oil industry is in a continued slump, given the perspective provided by the Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC)’s 2016 Drilling Activity Forecast.

Moody's reviewing ratings on oilpatch companies - Business - CBC News

As crude prices dive, oilpatch companies' credit ratings under review by Moody's

Oil is cheap and gasoline is expensive. That's the ticket to riches if you are in huge swathes of the energy business. Don Pittis says stop.

One of Canada’s oldest oilsands projects won’t reopen until oil cracks $50 mark  | Toronto Star

One of Canada’s oldest oilsands projects won’t reopen until oil cracks $50 mark

Navigating a Shift in the Oil Sands - The Syncrude oil sands plant, north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Alberta - The New York Times

U.S. energy-sector sprint leaves Canada sucking wind | Mining & Energy | Business in Vancouver

U.S. energy-sector sprint leaves Canada sucking wind | Mining & Energy | Business in Vancouver

Yield on energy companies’ bonds had surged as oil prices tumbled in 2014 before two-year-plus crude rout

Shrinking bond yields signal oil patch rebound

Shrinking bond yields signal oil patch rebound - The Globe and Mail

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An Infographic on Parts and Components of Oil Drilling Rigs - Tradequip - The Energy Equipment Marketplace - provides a way to connect buyers and sellers of energy industry equipment in a safe and secure manner.

Oil Wives Clubs carrying on despite industry downturn and changing times

For 60 years, hundreds of people connected to the energy industry meet in a resource town to celebrate friendships owed to the oilpatch.

This family is working incredibly hard to learn English to fit into the Canadian society. They struggle with finding affordable houses and jobs that suit them in this new place. All are optimistic and look forward to this new experience.

Syrian refugee family speaks about new life in Canada

More than Syrian refugees are starting over in Canada. CBC has been getting to know members of the Al Meslamani family as they begin their new lives in Winnipeg.

Husky Energy Inc CEO says 'It is self-evident to everybody that we are into uncharted territory and the old rules of OPEC calling the shots are no longer valid'

Husky Energy Inc to sell assets, cut Alberta spending to survive in oil's 'uncharted territory'

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