Let’s build a more resilient Canada.

383 signatories representing 2,183 companies have now signed on to support a resilient recovery.

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COVID-19 has disrupted our way of life, and immediate relief has rightfully been the priority of governments. But as the conversation in Canada evolves to one of economic recovery, important questions arise.

What does recovery look like? How can we deliver a cleaner, innovative and diverse economy? How do we ensure recovery measures aren’t just shovel-ready but shovel-worthy?

Federal and provincial government stimulus and recovery efforts can create jobs, encourage economic diversification and equity, spur cleantech innovation, cut both carbon pollution and illness-causing air pollution, and make Canada more resilient.

We ask Canadian governments to commit to a three-part recovery and resilience plan:

1. Invest stimulus into Canada’s fast-growing clean energy and cleantech sectors and businesses committed to the local production and export of world-leading low- and zero-carbon commodities;

2. Act quickly to support clean energy and cleantech solutions and businesses by expanding existing initiatives and programs; and

3. Share loud and clear that Canada will continue and expand on its best-in-class climate and environmental policies.

We can’t leave any sector or region behind. That means training and retraining for Canadians whose past jobs may not return, in programs that can and should start now while unemployed workers are sitting at home.

The clean energy sector employs 298,000 Canadians in a wide range of jobs: insulating homes, developing clean technologies and energy storage solutions, manufacturing electric vehicles and deploying charging infrastructure, building and maintaining wind, solar and hydro projects, producing renewable fuels and more.

Climate leadership is also enhancing competitiveness and creating new opportunities in other sectors of the economy. These include present and future jobs in low-carbon concrete, steel and aluminum, the auto sector, sustainably produced mass timber, agriculture, and mining or supplying the metals and minerals used in many clean technologies.

A resilient recovery creates winners across the country. The time is now to invest in people and projects that will diversify our economy and improve our health and wellbeing.

It’s how we build a more resilient Canada.

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ArcTern Ventures (CNW Group/ArcTern Ventures)

Additional supporters

Es design

Somerset Foundation

Geotab Inc.

TBL Communications

Citoyen Concerné

Provencher Roy Design Intérieur

Pisces RPM

American Clean Energy Solutions Inc.

Barkley Project Group



Sustainable Hamilton Burlington

RESTCo Energy Inc.

Ameresco Canada Inc.

Acquire Industries Ltd.

Fulcrum Projects Ltd.

Avalon Mechanical Consultants Ltd.

CoEnergy Co-operative

envision SYNERGY

Volta Technique

Saskatchewan Electric Vehicle Association

SES Consulting

Envigour Policy Consulting

TBL Communications

Jupiter Hydro Inc.




Soluna Energy Inc.

City Green

Firefly GHG Consulting

Waste to Energy Generating Inc.

Pacific Rim Engineered Products


MKB & Co.

EcoGen Energy & Build

EcoSafe Zero Waste

Chinook Power Corp.

IAQ Inc.

Ayur Financial Strategies Inc.

Atticus Financial Group

New Power Post

Carbon Free Group

Fort Capital Partners

Passmore Group Inc.

Building Future Innovation

Arterran Renewables Ltd.

Fluent Energy Consulting

EH2 Solar

PyroGenesis Canada Inc.

Montroc Consulting Inc.

Kisik Clean Energy

Kitselas Geothermal Inc.

Canoe Reach Energy Inc.

Black River Wind Limited

Hazel Consulting

Electric Vehicle Association of Atlantic Canada (EVAAC)

E3. Energy Economy Environment

Richmond Sound Design Ltd.

Alex Milne Associates Ltd.


Geothermal Energy Research Breakthrough

Gateway Bicycle Hub

Sustainable Milton

Starlight Investments

Affecting Change Inc.

Up Marketing

Energy in Cities group, University of Victoria

COPTICOM, Stratégies et relations publiques

Map Energy Inc.

Ubiquity Solar Inc.

Decade Impact Strategy & Activation

Sundara Energy

Morrison Hershfield

Opus One Solutions

Storage Power Solutions

Manasc Isaac Architects

LivABLE Environment

Resilience Planning

Africa Climate Action Initiative

Marnoch Thermal Power Inc.

Plasma Processing Laboratory, McGill University

Genieall Corporation

Climate Solution Group

Citizens Climate Lobby Canada

HAKAI Energy Solutions


Sustainable Business Tours International

Sustainability Solutions Group

Adaptive Resource Management Ltd

Canadian Voice of Women for Peace

Polster Environmental Services Ltd.

eco-Options Energy Cooperative

Nikolov Consulting Ltd.

Renewal Partners

TruGreen Energy & TruGreen Metal Recycling


Ogopogo Tours

SimpTek Technologies

Parker Venture Management Inc.

Landscape Irrigation Solutions Ltd.

Research Interfaces


Efficiency Capital

Chambar Restaurant

McLaughlin Consultants

Solar DEV

Social Capital Strategies, Inc.

OASIS food hub

Source3 Energy Inc.

Sustainability Network

ReGenerate Biogas Inc.