Canada Action has once again had an incredibly successful year in 2021, surpassing our online reach in 2020 on various social media platforms such as Twitter.
To celebrate that success and make sure we head into the next year running full speed, we’ve compiled a list of some of our best performing tweets in 2021 with high impressions from 1 through 20 below. We hope you enjoy!
On another note, we wish that you end this year off well and have your best one yet in 2022 – just like we hope to do as well! So, have a happy rest of your holidays and we will see you in the new year! Also see:
Canada Action's Top 20 Tweets of 2021
“We are #Wetsuweten and the #CoastalGasLink pipeline protesters do not represent us.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) December 7, 2021
We want the protesters to cease their blockades and stop misleading people.” #WetsuwetenStrong https://t.co/34RHcrvzf9
9/ Canada's forests are so much more than just an economic opportunity we are blessed to have. Over 23 million people live in or near forests in Canada, and for many of us we live, work and play in them year-round.https://t.co/czkj9UfpgZ— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) December 22, 2021
Canadian natural gas will have the lowest LNG emissions in the world — and could have played a huge role in addressing the recent energy crisis.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) November 14, 2021
By 2050, global energy demand is expected to grow by 50%.#CanadianEnergy #CanadianLNG #ClimateActionCanada pic.twitter.com/2N0ELweAif
‘I’m afraid we’re going to have a food crisis’: The energy crunch has made fertilizer too expensive to produce, says Yara CEO https://t.co/ZGlVGkMioP— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) November 7, 2021
Canada, with its diverse geology across 9.985 million square kilometres of land, is home to an abundance of minerals and metals which underpin a world-class mining industry that supports hundreds of thousands of Canadian families. #CanadianMining https://t.co/wq08WZvP89— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) August 2, 2021
Fact check: A majority of #Indigenous peoples in #Canada support resource development -and- you will never hear about this from anti-Canadian pipeline groups. #CanadianEnergy @IRN_Indigenous https://t.co/lphVpXae1m— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) June 16, 2021
Canada can be global critical minerals 'supplier of choice,' say feds.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) March 13, 2021
Same applies to our responsibly produced #agriculture, #forestry, and #energy — the world needs more Canadian resources. https://t.co/lC5tDYzDfe
To be crystal clear, the #Line3 project replaces the existing and current pipeline with a new and modern system — which is the safest and best option for protecting the environment. https://t.co/VHMVLPWURd— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) March 17, 2021
Canada is beautiful. https://t.co/3U82RHGtjz— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) February 14, 2021
Still smiling, even while working in what feels like -40.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) February 6, 2021
Thank you for keeping all of us warm & moving. 📸📍Saskatchewan pic.twitter.com/6z8cJLKtji
Oilsands emissions intensity 35% lower than reported and could drop another 19%, new study says. https://t.co/OwPeGtm8RD— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) February 4, 2021
Canada is an oil and gas leader with climate action, clean technology and environmental protection.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) January 19, 2021
Cancelling #KeystoneXL only helps other oil producers — and does nothing to advance these important goals.https://t.co/As4wZTNmVy
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