Canada Action had yet another incredibly successful year in 2022, reaching increasingly more Canadians across the country year-over-year with our balanced, fact-based and non-partisan discussions on our world-class natural resources. To celebrate that success, we’ve compiled a list of some of our most successful Facebook posts for you to review. With these nine posts alone, we reached more than 4.5 million users!
For those who aren’t exactly sure about what we do just yet, this is a great peek into the pro-resource advocacy we are committed to and what kind of content you can expect to see by joining us on social media! Also see:
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Top LNG importers are saying supplies are sold out and they’re signing multi-decade deals for new liquified natural gas volumes.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) November 29, 2022
With the lowest emissions and reliable production, the world positively needs #CanadianLNG | #cdnpoli #cdnecon pic.twitter.com/2maWJ0oLxH
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