In late May, Canada’s “energy leaders” met in Toronto for the Energy Council of Canada's Canadian Energy Summit.
The theme of the summit? “Telling the Energy Story.”
“The aim is to raise awareness and improve understanding of the many ways that the energy sector influences the economy, regional development, innovation and aboriginal partnerships across Canada,” a press release proclaimed. “We believe that improved understanding will lead to better-informed energy dialogue and energy decisions.”
Sounds nice and all, but there’s a catch: the various players in Canada’s energy debate are telling very different stories.