Statistics Canada have sent out a newsletter on their new Canadian Centre for Energy Information. Read the contents below:
In response to growing stakeholder demand for better access to energy information, Statistics Canada and Natural Resources Canada, in collaboration with Environment and Climate Change Canada and the Canada Energy Regulator, are pleased to announce the initial launch of the Canadian Centre for Energy Information.
We are working towards creating a single website that will in the fullness of time provide a convenient single-window access to comprehensive information, data and analysis on Canada’s energy future. The Canadian Centre for Energy Information will be a pan-Canadian information hub, integrating data from federal, provincial, territorial and other sources. It will house resources on all things energy-related, including production, consumption, international trade and much more.
In the meantime, this early site will keep Canadians informed of new energy data products and opportunities to participate in the creation of this virtual data centre.
As a key stakeholder in Canada’s energy industry, your participation is crucial. Statistics Canada invites you to take part in user consultations, help develop data standards, or serve as a data or modelling partner. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition, your engagement with our communications about the Centre will be invaluable in helping us reach new audiences and especially members and followers in your existing networks. Therefore we invite you to follow us on social media, share our posts with your followers, and create content using the #energynews hashtag.
Thank you in advance for your support. Your assistance helps us ensure we can provide Canadians with reliable data on the energy sector in Canada.
Check back frequently to keep up with the latest developments!