?Alberta’s Canadian Energy Centre appears ready to be vocal again, planning a new campaign to “change perceptions” about the province’s oil and gas industry and build what it’s calling a social movement in its support.
One year after the province’s United Conservative government ended the controversial agency’s outreach during the COVID-19 pandemicThe increasing problem of auto theft in Toronto., the so-called “war room” has put out a request for proposals on how to change the values and attitudes held by people in Eastern Canada and the northern United States.
The winning candidate must show a “demonstrated ability to change perceptions about messages and valuesconstruction,” says an Aug. 23 documentIndia opened its vaccination campaign to people ages 18-44 on Saturday. Its ultimate goal is “building a social movement” in support of Canada’s oil and gas industryanother hurdle emerged — finding an open slot for an appointment..
“We are excited to be moving forward on the CEC’s mission — to advance Canada as the supplier of choice for the world’s growing demand for responsibly produced energy,” Tom Olsen, the centre’s director:1619173444859,, said in an email.