We are in an unprecedented period of challenges. Whenever the pandemic restrictions end, we will be faced with high unemployment numbers and massive public debt. On top of all of this, we have a federal government locked into an ideological mindset which includes shutting in Canada's natural resource sector. We can't afford to let this trend continue.
The natural resource sector is our strongest asset as a nation and only through maximizing it's development will we be able to preserve our prosperity for future generations. If we don't stand up for ourselves, we will lose these great industries and find ourselves dependent upon foreign energy sources.
On March 13, 2021 from 12pm until 3pm, Suits and Boots will be hosting a live and interactive conference on the state and future of our resource sector. Titled Saving Canada's Resource Sector, this will be a ticketed virtual conference event. Purchase your tickets now to take advantage of the early bird pricing of just $30 per ticket. Early bird deadline is Sunday March 7 at 11:59pm MST.
Where are we now? What do we need to do? How will we get there?
Rick Grafton, of Grafton Asset Management & Suits and Boots chair on capital challenges in the resource sector.
Dan McTeague, former MP now head of Canadians for Affordable Energy on consumer challenges due to current energy policies
Jeff Callaway, on new pipeline alternatives, particularly the Churchill Manitoba option
Drew Barnes, UCP MLA on provincial government policy and action options in dealing with energy and Ottawa
Michael Binnion, CEO of Questerre Energy and founder of the Modern Miracle Network on how we can act to save our industries
More presenters will joining us and we will be announcing them in coming days.
Each presentation will come with a Q&A period where you can participate directly in the discussion with the presenters and other conference attendees.
We are seeking event sponsors. If you wish to be a sponsor of this virtual conference, please contact Executive Director Cory Morgan at [email protected].
Do not lose the confirmation email! Due to a verification process used by the conference software provider, the ticket quantity is locked at 1 per transaction. The transaction confirmation code sent by email is required to access the virtual conference. If you intend to purchase more than one ticket, you must perform the transaction multiple times, or email [email protected] for assistance.
if you do not receive the email confirmation, check the spam or junk folder of your email program before contacting us. You can send an email to [email protected] if you require assistance.