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Here's Canada Action's best tweets and retweets for the month of July 2019. Also see:
There’s nothing like Canadian potash! pic.twitter.com/qLKWT8fwLW— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) July 30, 2019
The stall tactic to stop LNG has been rejected by the National Energy Board https://t.co/LS2X7xLcwR— Ellis Ross (@ellisbross) July 26, 2019
There’s nothing like Canadian beef! pic.twitter.com/H7GrC8GSgA— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) July 25, 2019
Hey...— Vivian Krause (@FairQuestions) July 25, 2019
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Vancouver beaches close amid high E. coli levels, prompting criticism of sewer system https://t.co/aacxhpppWE— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) July 24, 2019
400m from the farm on a 12AM drive home spotted the space station going over. Stopped to watch.— Ashlyn George (@lostgirlsguide) July 22, 2019
Then saw the rising red moon on the horizon.
Then the northern lights!
Then the milky way!!
Then a SHOOTING STAR!!!
All over blooming canola fields.
Magic happens at the farm pic.twitter.com/gU06ssIb5y
Let’s have an informed conversation about how Canada ranks in the world.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) July 21, 2019
We are leaders in the Environment, Social and Governance rankings. pic.twitter.com/wJZdSANZsB
Watch and share if you are proud of our energy sector and want to tell our story https://t.co/DRIztRhU5A— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) July 13, 2019
We should be proud of our people, we should be proud of our resources, we should be proud of our country. 🇨🇦 pic.twitter.com/3uzXnTR2Sx— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) July 20, 2019
Great News! Trans Mountain construction work can go ahead as National Energy Board re-validates permits. https://t.co/4DZjBkrS4C— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) July 20, 2019
Greenpeace publicly insists its claims are factual, but now, in formal legal filings in US Federal Court, calls its campaign more “figurative than literal” and blames the public for believing their “non-verifiable subjective opinion[s].” https://t.co/HXM71kagxW— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) July 20, 2019
If nuclear is out, then how are you proposing to meet the world’s growing energy needs? Not just current electricity demand, but also the power required to electrify transport, heating & industry? And not just when it is sunny/windy, but all day every day? https://t.co/jtkQoyEE8n— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) July 17, 2019
3. When the world’s four billion poor people increase energy use to just one-third of Europe’s per capita level, global demand rises by an amount equal to twice America’s total consumption. https://t.co/DYMSdCYx7n— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) July 17, 2019
Boycotts of Canadian energy will leave the planet worse off — good work, activists! https://t.co/WGf8OBuXVO— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) July 16, 2019
Maybe @ecojustice_ca doesn’t actually care about the whales and that’s why they’ve never filed a lawsuit to stop hundreds of thousands of ship movements per year from ferries, cruise ships and all other marine traffic... #TMX #TransMountain pic.twitter.com/liJz7hEWqv— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) July 9, 2019
Why no lawsuits from @ecojustice_ca to stop other marine traffic that might impact the Southern Resident Killer Whales? When you look at the facts, their actions don’t add up. #TMX pic.twitter.com/GZaa54DYqm— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) July 9, 2019
Biased attack on natural gas leaves out key facts. https://t.co/ZKve0VlEoz— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) July 8, 2019
‘Sickening’: First Nations left empty-handed as environmentalist pressure kills B.C. energy projects, and similar projects elsewhere are ignored. https://t.co/ZDbv3wYBxx— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) July 8, 2019
‘Eco-colonialism’: Rift grows between Indigenous leaders and green activists.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) July 7, 2019
“Indigenous communities say they’ve had enough of activists invading their lands, misleading them about their agendas and using hard-line tactics against those who don’t agree” https://t.co/oKCRbVa7av
✅ 9th for wind capacity— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) July 7, 2019
✅ 5th for natural gas production
✅ 14th for solar
✅ 3rd for hydropower
✅ 2nd for uranium production
✅ 3rd largest oil reserves
✅ 4th on global clean tech index
The world needs more #Canada 🇨🇦 pic.twitter.com/7BHpSNS8jP
A Stranded Nation: Young filmmaker seeks to get the facts straight about Canada’s oil and gas industry https://t.co/I1LKvJcA9O— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) July 6, 2019
“The oilpatch is by far the largest spender on clean tech in Canada, to the tune of $1.4 billion a year.” https://t.co/H4xfMmvcSK— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) July 4, 2019
A 100x growth in the number of electric vehicles to 400 million on the roads by 2040 would displace 5% of global oil demand. https://t.co/dYDiXSzlhR— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) July 2, 2019
Indigenous-led group promises $6.9B TMX pipeline bid within week https://t.co/tJzcv8Y3gi— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) July 2, 2019
🇨🇦HAPPY CANADA DAY🇨🇦— Genie Bouchard (@geniebouchard) July 1, 2019
so proud & honoured to play for this country! pic.twitter.com/nNHllCnAiW