CEEA's Inaugural National Engagement - Canadian Energy Seminars

Our first National Engagement Canadian Energy Seminars took place on March 14th (University of Toronto), March 16th (Bishop's University) and March 31st (University of Concordia in Edmonton).

The virtual events involved 11 speakers (5 women and 4 Indigenous leaders) speaking about how carbon tech can help us win the race to net zero, how Indigenous communities are keen to support sustainable resource development with meaningful partnering, and why divestment from Canadian Energy is miscalculated.


The visits were organized by our CEEA '71 Governor - National Engagement Al Huehn, and also featured our Director of EBF and Advocacy Michael Binnion, Governor of Innovation and Technology Danielle Smith, Governor - Emcee Stephen Buffalo, and our Chair Steve Major.



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The CEEA Post - Spring 2022
Binnion: Canada's approach to energy fails allies
Smith: Federal embrace of carbon tech is a victory for the energy industry
Smith: Ukraine should be a wake-up call for Canada on energy
Politician News Interview
CEEA & Queens University
Press Coverage
CEEA & 770 CHQR Radio
CEEA & Canadian Bar Association

CEEA in the news!

Our Board Members are a busy bunch.  While we each have day jobs, our advocacy for the industry that supports our standard of living never stops.  Check out a few recaps of past events where we've been featured in video, in print, and in electronic media.