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Regional Energy and Resource Tables – Priority areas

The Regional Tables are identifying and advancing priority areas of economic opportunity in each province/territory to enhance Canada’s comparative advantages in clean energy and natural resource sectors.

The priority areas identified below are linked within Collaboration Frameworks that have been released to date. We’ll be releasing a more comprehensive list soon.

Critical minerals

Critical minerals represent a generational opportunity for Canada’s workers, economy, and net-zero future

Critical minerals - British Columbia Critical minerals - Newfoundland and Labrador


Both now and in the future, the electricity sector’s ability to provide clean, reliable, and affordable electricity is a key enabler of Canada’s prosperity

Electrification - British Columbia Electrification - Newfoundland and Labrador

Clean fuels

Accelerate the production and use of clean fuels – in particular, hydrogen – through support of research, development, and production projects

Clean fuels - British Columbia

Forest sector

Continue to support research, development, and innovative forest practices to promote Canada’s bioeconomy and advanced bioproducts while advancing Indigenous participation in the forest sector

Forest sector - British Columbia

Carbon management

Advance carbon management to drive competitive, clean energy and resource sectors

Carbon management - British Columbia Carbon management - Newfoundland and Labrador

Wind to hydrogen

Expand the development of onshore and offshore wind resources to support a clean hydrogen industry

Wind to hydrogen - Newfoundland and Labrador

Regulatory efficiency

Work collaboratively to align expectations and opportunities, as well as test innovative approaches to improve the efficiency of the regulatory and permitting system

Regulatory efficiency - British Columbia

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