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What is “debunking”?

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Often there is more to the story then what's told in mainstream media. Through our various video series, we aim to remove bias and deliver the facts on both sides so viewers have the full picture of what's really going on.


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Who’s behind Debunk?

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We are a collective group of people that believe in supporting the issues that matter most to Canadians. Canada is an incredible country with vast natural resources. We are a global leader in developing those resources responsibly to share with the world. We believe the world needs more Canada - and we're here to help spread that message.


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So, you’re Conservative?

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We don't draw allegiance with any partisan lines. Instead, we believe in supporting our natural resources, free markets and protecting the future livelihood and incredible quality of life we all enjoy in Canada. As a result, we discuss the news and policies that impact our country... sometimes our support is left, sometimes it's right, sometimes these topics aren't political at all.


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Where do you get your funding?

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We strongly support Canada's natural resources and economic diversity. And we're fortunate that as we support them, they support us. We have received personal contributions from Canadians from all walks of life and from a wide range of industries including energy, agriculture, real estate, tourism, construction, service, retail, and more. If you want to contribute to our future success, click here.


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So, you ARE just another oil funded group?

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Nope. But we would be pretty crazy to think we can appreciate the livelihood of Canada without having great support for the energy sector. Everything we have and love - from technology, travel, cosmetics, to the clothing on our backs, is because of oil. We're proud of Canada's oil industry and proud to support the future development of it.


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Do you care about the environment?

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Absolutely. How can we not?! We feel great responsibly to protect our beautiful country and our future. As members of the media, we strive to be part of the change that educates and informs Canadians on what's really going on today, in an effort to create better policies for tomorrow.