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The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) is entering the final day of its Investment Symposium in Toronto Wednesday, and Sun News has you covered, live from the conference floor.
The three-day investment syposium highlights Canadian leadership in oil and gas production. Featured presenters include business leaders, prominent journalists, and ministers at the federal and provincial level.
Wednesday's focus will be the development of Canada's oilsands.
After the two recent major announcements from the federal government, allowing the Chinese state-owned CNOOC to take over the Canadian energy firm Nexen, and a Malaysian state-owned firm to take over Canada's Petronas, the CAPP Symposium seems perfectly timed.
Discussions of other major Canadian energy issues are also expected, with an anticipated focus on the Northern Gateway pipeline, and the logistics of moving oil west to east across the country.
With the recent developments in our energy sector, Canadians are wondering if Canada can be energy-independent in the near future. The CAPP Symposium is intended to shed light on this and many other important energy questions.
Sun News has your extensive coverage on the CAPP Symposium. Live interviews from the floor, business analysis, social media tracking and sharp commentary throughout the conference.