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Welcome to the CPA’s media section. The CPA provides commentary on a variety of issues through our news releases and submissions to the media. Get the latest news on important issues for the propane industry.
CPA’s President and CEO Shannon Watt speaks with CTV News Northern Ontario about our call on the federal government to make the HST/GST zero-rated for residential energy, making life more affordable for all Canadians.
Winter is coming. And so is your heating bill. This year, more than ever, affordability is all politicians are talking about and in Canada, that talk needs to include affordable heating.
OTTAWA, September 6, 2022 – As the Prime Minister meets with his federal cabinet to look at ways to make life more affordable for families, his government should strongly re-consider a recommendation by the Canadian Propane Association (CPA), to make HST/GST zero-rated for residential energy.
Canada’s propane industry continues to expand as production rises from the country’s vast upstream resources, and demand grows as a petrochemical feedstock and for seaborne exports to northeast Asia.
CALGARY, AB, May 18, 2022 – The Canadian Propane Association (CPA) is pleased to announce the winners of its top industry awards at its 2022 Leadership Summit.
OTTAWA, May 11, 2022 – A new study on the lifecycle analysis of the GHG emissions intensity of Canadian propane shows that the carbon intensity for propane is 72 gCO2e/MJ (volume-weighted average), which is lower than what is currently being used by the federal government under the Clean Fuel Regulations (74 gCO2e/MJ).
OTTAWA, May 5, 2022 – The Canadian Propane Association reminds Canadians warmer temperatures and longer days mean more time gathering with family and friends outdoors. Low-emission propane can go just about anywhere to create a 5-star retreat right in your own backyard.
Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec (SAAQ) roadside inspectors have been intercepting propane-powered school buses to have them removed from the road or have their bumper color changed.
OTTAWA, April 20, 2022 – The Canadian Propane Association (CPA) Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Shannon Watt as the organization’s President and Chief Executive Officer, effective April 18, 2022.
OTTAWA, MARCH 18, 2022 – Canadian propane consumers should always be ready for the unexpected and never underestimate unpredictable weather conditions during flood season.
OTTAWA, March 18, 2022 – The CPA warns the public that information has been received of an individual identifying himself as a CPA employee and requesting residents sign a form and provide SIN numbers and driver licence information in the context of legal action about water tanks.
OTTAWA, January 24, 2022 – The Canadian propane industry has partnered with HGTV Canada’s new hit series Rock Solid Builds, the #1 new Canadian show on Specialty, to help tell the propane story and how this essential, low-emission energy source plays an important role in the everyday lives of Canadians.
OTTAWA, December 20, 2021 – Canada’s propane industry believes that like other essential goods, fuels such as propane should be subject to a zero-rated tax – meaning taxable but with a zero rate, when used for heating homes and other residential applications.