Citizen Dialogues on Canada's Energy Future | SFU Centre for Dialogue
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What is Canada’s energy future?

The Citizen Dialogues on Canada’s Energy Future were an attempt to approach the energy conversation differently. These events were intended to produce high-quality citizen input into how Canada can balance energy issues such as greenhouse gas emissions, jobs and international competitiveness. Convened by the SFU Centre for Dialogue, the regional dialogues helped inform pathways on Canada’s energy future.

Energy is profoundly important in our lives and to the economy.

The conversation around energy in Canada has been difficult because we all relate to energy differently.

That’s why we brought together 150 Canadians from across the country for a deep conversation.

These citizen voices helped shape the country’s energy future and were heard by decision-makers and other key stakeholders.