Canada Action’s Top 20 Tweets of 2020

Which tweets from Canada Action gained the most traction throughout 2020? We accomplished so much this year and are looking forward to reaching even more Canadians through social media platforms in 2021!

Here’s a list of Canada Action tweets with the highest impressions from 1 through 20 with more commentary below. Enjoy!






















Wet'suwet'en & Coastal GasLink

A majority of Canada Action's top-reaching tweets in 2021 focussed on the Wet'suwet'en and Coastal GasLink (CGL) pipeline. While some news outlets and media organizations covered only one side of the story, we conducted interviews with Wet'suwet'en members who are part of the overwhelming majority in their community that support the CGL pipeline and want to see the project built.

Some of those interviews:

Wet'suwet'en Matriarch Says No Permission Was Given to Protest

Wet'suwet'en Hereditary Chief Says Her Nation Supports Coastal GasLink

Wet'suwet'en Member Says They Are Being Misinformed on Pipeline Project

We took to social media to help present a balanced conversation around the Wet'suwet'en and Coastal GasLink pipeline in Canada. We were able to reach hundreds of thousands of Canadians across the country with the message being spoken by many Wet'suwet'en members, like those seen in the tweets and blogs listed above.

It's critical that all sides of the conversation are heard when talking about the development of natural resources in Canada, especially when it comes to Indigenous peoples who are often the most affected by projects built within their territories.

The Coastal GasLink and LNG Canada projects in British Columbia strongly support rural Indigenous communities through economic stimulus and job opportunities in regions of our country where good employment is often scarce. The majority of Indigenous peoples who support natural resource development in Canada must be heard!

Also see CA's Top 10 Blogs of 2020:

Canada Action Top 10 Blogs of 2020

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