Don't have a Twitter account? No problem! Not many people do, but we still want to share the information we post concerning Canada's natural resource industries and those abroad with you!
Below you'll find all retweets by Canada Action throughout the month of January 2019. If you're looking to be up-to-date on developments regarding Canada's natural resource sectors and those around the world (and how Canada competes), these retweets will help to get you caught up to speed.
Burned-out First Nation in northern B.C. gets help from gold mining firm https://t.co/QRTRpU2VH3— Ernie Crey (@Cheyom1) January 30, 2019
I’m challenging @cityofvictoria to take the Alberta Challenge.— Ward Sutherland (@Ward4Ward1) January 31, 2019
I’m inviting #yyjpoli to visit #yyc to learn about Alberta’s oil and gas industry & our environmental initiatives.
Our oil industry is the most ethical in the world & we want to show you @OilsandsAction @CanadaAction pic.twitter.com/6un3OmjmXB
Canadians are now shareholders of the #TMX pipeline expansion— Scott Moe (@PremierScottMoe) January 31, 2019
We need #TMX expansion & other pipeline projects to transport Sustainable Saskatchewan Energy to the world. This project is good for environment & Cdn economy
There is no question, this vital project must be built! https://t.co/Xe7VsHbZs8
Consider this. If Oil were a car, Canada should be considered the equivalent of an electric vehicle. So then why are we the main target in the world for of all the so called climate crusaders. Shouldn’t we be the last target?— Bryan Orr (@Bo53Orr) December 8, 2018
I respect the grey beards in the Indigenous community but their opposition to the petroleum sector is harming us & will undermine the future of our young folks who want & need jobs. The future belongs to the young, not to those of us who are either retired or near retirement.— Ernie Crey (@Cheyom1) January 31, 2019
BELL LET’S TALK DAY 2019 OFFICIAL VIDEO: Today, every view of this video makes a difference. All you need to do is watch it and Bell will donate 5¢ to mental health initiatives. Share to help spread the word! #BellLetsTalk pic.twitter.com/zVdFiEafYl— Bell Let's Talk (@Bell_LetsTalk) January 30, 2019
After question from Coun Chu, Mayor Nenshi says he'd be happy to write a letter to City of Victoria about this council's support for Canada's energy industry.— Scott Dippel (@CBCScott) January 28, 2019
Unbelievable to see these environmental groups trying to hide the facts. Vivian has done great work. They can’t defend against it so there strategy is to hide it. Wow! https://t.co/gi7e76LhAr— John Rustad (@JohnRustad4BC) January 26, 2019
Much of push to toughen up regulatory policy on assessment of pipelines permits, as seen with the industry-killing Bill C-69, came because of public pressure. But what if that “public pressure” was manufactured by wealthy U.S. foundations intent on landlocking oil sands? #ableg— David Staples (@DavidStaplesYEG) January 27, 2019
This U.S funded manufactured dissent has had a major impact on our politics & legal system for a decade. Tens of millions have paid for the demonization of the oil sands & a singular focus on shutting down pipelines. @FairQuestions needs to be called to Ottawa for C-69 hearings.— David Staples (@DavidStaplesYEG) January 27, 2019
You gotta see this.. Saskatchewan’s own @markmcmorris wins a triumphant GOLD 🥇 medal in slopestyle at the @XGames in Aspen with a stunning performance.— Scott Moe (@PremierScottMoe) January 27, 2019
Well done, Mark! #saskproud pic.twitter.com/c9rJLzfZ2u
Remember the first time I saw @FairQuestions present her research. Like an electric shock. Meticulous, thoroughly documented, compelling. If you want to take her on, better bring more than snark and attitude.— Darrell Bricker (@darrellbricker) January 26, 2019
WOW. Since @WendyMesleyCBC reported this, CorpEthics re-wrote its web-site, deleting that its strategy "from the very beginning" was to "land-lock" oil sands crude. Also deleted mention of influencing elections— Vivian Krause (@FairQuestions) January 26, 2019
Re-Written: https://t.co/E21ZcYhZud pic.twitter.com/vawGo8OgzD
Canadians!! Now that we are aware of their campaign against the Canadian resource sector, the online description has changed, including their participation in our elections. https://t.co/W4FwnXpb3C— Ellis Ross (@ellisbross) January 26, 2019
Honestly, I have no time for the people who keep attacking @FairQuestions for her work uncovering the financing behind the campaigns against Alberta oil. She did the work on her own dime and more importantly has the paper trail to support her claims. #bcpoli #abpoli #cdnpoli 1/— Blair King (@BlairKing_ca) January 25, 2019
WELL DONE @NHLFlames This is what every one of us, every business, every individual needs to be doing. We need to shout it from the rooftops. Energy is our industry, we’re the best in the world at it so get behind it!! Build those pipelines! @calgaryherald pic.twitter.com/CBC7YJbr0B— George Brookman (@CalgaryGeorge) January 11, 2019
"The Oilers have a strong connection to the energy sector & are proud of our steadfast relationship with the industry." – #Oilers Entertainment Group CEO & Vice Chair Bob Nicholson | #LOILTY pic.twitter.com/X71EkCnRCi— Edmonton Oilers (@EdmontonOilers) January 22, 2019
Curious about all the law suits, protests, celebrities, reports & so on, that are against Canadian oil? It’s all part of a campaign called “The Tar Sands Campaign.”— Vivian Krause (@FairQuestions) January 24, 2019
Find out about it here: https://t.co/2xuLrvQw9g
This campaign must end.
Here’s why: https://t.co/ssKqr5jjpj
Why a Pragmatic Environmentalist supports BC LNG – doing the climate math https://t.co/YwXk280Z55 #bcpoli #CoastalGasLink #LNGinBC @lngcanada #StandUp4LNG #Together4LNG #BCNRF19 #GVBOT @bclnga @CoastalGasLink— Blair King (@BlairKing_ca) January 23, 2019
The game didn’t end the way we would have liked, but it started in an awesome way - by honouring 250 of the hard-working women and men who work in our energy sector that drives the economy in Alberta and across the country.— Rachel Notley (@RachelNotley) January 23, 2019
Simply awesome - the support for CANADA's world class energy industries is/are appreciated ALWAYS ... https://t.co/46yXovzFcv— * W. Brett Wilson * (@WBrettWilson) January 23, 2019
When will Canadians rise and fight against foreign influence that is so obviously costing taxpayers many BILLIONS of dollars (and schools, roads, hospitals, etc) every single year? Oil demand is growing and we provide the most ethical source of it in the world. @CanadaAction https://t.co/XVoATmOwAC— Eric Nuttall (@ericnuttall) January 21, 2019
Bill C-69 - taking the approval of pipelines out of the NEB is not a good idea for public safety https://t.co/2VhMOb1Hsu— Colleen Collins (@ccollinscwf) January 22, 2019
The American money behind the anti-pipeline fight | The Weekly with Wendy Mesley | CBC News https://t.co/M2Q3RqxAfc— Calvin Helin (@CalvinHelin) January 22, 2019
This is a good piece of coverage from our Canadian media on research, similar to that of @FairQuestions, exposing the influence of foreign funds intended to damage our Canadian energy industry. https://t.co/NkA4A3AsGi— Scott Moe (@PremierScottMoe) January 22, 2019
Millions of U.S. dollars are funding the anti-pipeline movement in Canada. And according to @FairQuestions the 'Tar Sands Campaign' has had a big influence. Here are Vivian Krause’s concerns about the campaign. #cdnpoli #abpoli #oilsands pic.twitter.com/FGSlxF0sVx— Wendy Mesley (@WendyMesleyCBC) January 20, 2019
We looked through pages and pages of tax records. And it's clear that at least a dozen Canadian environmental organizations received millions from wealthy U.S. donors who are targeting Canada’s oil industry. So where exactly is all this American money coming from? #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/pjuzyKLcX8— Wendy Mesley (@WendyMesleyCBC) January 20, 2019
Huge thanks to you, Ellis. As we know, the topic of U.S. funding to B.C. enviro groups was taboo for so many years. It was your courage & that of @CalvinHelin & other First Nations leaders that broke the taboo. Can’t thank you enough.— Vivian Krause (@FairQuestions) January 21, 2019
Gary Mason. Excellent column on enviro’s. vs First Nations. https://t.co/B9uEY9d1IQ— Bill Good (@billgood_news) January 18, 2019
My son @mike_holmesjr ‘s friend is a licensed electrician and was working at a mall. A father and son walked by and the father said “This is why you need to go to school. So you don’t end up like him.”— Mike Holmes (@Make_It_Right) January 17, 2019
We’ve got to change our perception of the skilled trades.
Some of our members were injured in the Ottawa bus crash on Friday that tragically took three lives. My thoughts are with them and their families.— General Jonathan Vance (@CDS_Canada_CEMD) January 15, 2019
In these difficult times, remember that you are not alone. --JV https://t.co/dt1xQfyRqS
Because I'm a father I support our oil and gas industry. We have a bright future in Alberta but we have to take action now for Canada's future.— Doug Schweitzer (@doug_schweitzer) January 13, 2019
Join the movement with @CanadaAction!#canadaaction #oil #gas #pipelines #ableg #abpoli #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/lOTAns5ySU
This open letter from @NewmanSales is a good read.— Scott Moe (@PremierScottMoe) January 12, 2019
Even with efficiency gains & ongoing transition to cleaner energy, choice in next several years is not one between oil or no oil.
It's a choice between Canadian oil or foreign oil.
Which do you want?https://t.co/LB3uj0LPBX
Why something you have probably never heard of: "synthetic natural gas" explains why a Pragmatic Environmentalist would support #BCLNG to help fight #climatechange https://t.co/YwXk280Z55 … #bcpoli #cdnpoli @keithbaldrey @MikeSmythNews @charlesadler @RobBreakenridge @bclnga— Blair King (@BlairKing_ca) January 11, 2019
Did I get this right?— Blair King (@BlairKing_ca) January 8, 2019
In the #Unistoten #Wetsuweten debate we have the elected representatives of the community on one side and the hereditary leaders (aristocrats born into positions of power) on the other and the activists are on the side of the aristocrats? #bcpoli @sjmuir
In the local paper in Kitimat: Most First Nations in northern B.C. support LNG pipeline, group says - https://t.co/gsL3Dw3XqS— David Akin 🇨🇦 (@davidakin) January 9, 2019
You Know Your Diamond’s Cut and Carat. But Does It Have Ethical Origins? https://t.co/Ahv73HmjSl— Leif Wenar (@LeifWenar) January 9, 2019
Now that I’ve thawed out. I was at the rally in Regina organized by @CanadaAction. Lots of signs and crowd chanting “Build that Pipe”. @PremierScottMoe addressed crowd. #skpoli #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/i0ZiaqNxfK— Adam Hunter (@AHiddyCBC) January 8, 2019
25 years later, Syncrude's bison herd thriving on reclaimed oilsands lands | CBC News https://t.co/Kb2TsJa7ZS— Ernie Crey (@Cheyom1) January 8, 2019
Proud to support the development of Canada’s natural resources! pic.twitter.com/jaZ1jL1gXz— Regina Chamber (@ReginaChamber) January 8, 2019
A reminder to those fighting the #CoastalGasLink #pipeline. #BCLNG will help reduce global carbon emissions and reduce energy poverty that currently costs millions their lives in developing countries. https://t.co/PKvMGY6E4T#bcpoli #climatechange #WetsuwetenStrong @NaomiAKlein— Blair King (@BlairKing_ca) January 8, 2019
Hear what Majority of First Nations Chiefs say. And Majority of CANADIANS are pro pipelines because by building pipelines to both coasts, we create jobs, grow the economy and reduce GHG emissions GLOBALLY. @CanadaAction @cdnpoli #AbLeg https://t.co/kHjYjVF1jN— Prasad Panda (@MLA_Panda) January 8, 2019
We have compiled a random list of 40 ways in which the world is getting better, giving all of us, I hope, grounds for optimism about the future. https://t.co/KWSH3081g1— HumanProgress.org (@HumanProgress) January 7, 2019
First Nations Leaders on Opposition to Oil Tanker Ban https://t.co/hffT8pDMng— Calvin Helin (@CalvinHelin) December 11, 2018
Agreed that it's wise to keep the focus on the energy issues. Families' livelihoods are on the line. 'Keep convoy message clearly about Alberta energy' https://t.co/GXkWtBxlXs— Jason Kenney (@jkenney) January 6, 2019
Three loaded oil tankers are headed into Salish Sea as we speak. Don't expect a @Greenpeace banner drop, though – they're America-bound. Only Canadian oil qualifies for such self-serving agitprop. #cdnpoli #ableg #bcpoli #marinetraffic pic.twitter.com/rXNf6xWWfq— Stewart Muir (@sjmuir) July 30, 2018
Slave Lake, Kinuso, Canyon Creek, Swan Hills, High Prairie, Whitecourt, Widewater:— 🇨🇦 Rally 4 Resources 🇨🇦 (@rally4resources) December 19, 2018
Get your family & friends together and head to Slave Lake for a convoy + rally in support of Cdn o&g to kick off 2019!
Please RT to spread the word! Way to go AB 🤜🤛https://t.co/1G7vCR4xUD pic.twitter.com/gdqbFTSZBS
A single smartphone potentially replaces 18 different devices. What once took 449 watts of power now takes 5 watts, according to the latest figures from Dr. Arnulf Grübler et al., whose research cites us on dematerialization. Check out our blog post here: https://t.co/Je9IOjRfae pic.twitter.com/dUr7wl19fj— HumanProgress.org (@HumanProgress) January 4, 2019
How a struggling oil industry affects women and their families https://t.co/wUkm7ILdn5— Calvin Helin (@CalvinHelin) December 30, 2018
Roughly 25,000 people in New Brunswick used food bank services — including soup kitchens — each month in 2018https://t.co/d79dS8InKb— Global New Brunswick (@Global_NB) December 31, 2018
Report: Netflix bows to Saudi request, takes down critical comedy show episodehttps://t.co/keH88j0xmn— TIME (@TIME) January 1, 2019
Happy New Year everyone! Cheap at the pumps, full value at the barrel please👍. Let’s make this a year of resilience, milestones & success for Canada & our Oil & Gas community! #TMX✔️ #EagleSpirit✔️ #KXL✔️ #EnergyEast✔️! pic.twitter.com/YP6vSpNnHZ— Richard Gotfried 高 飛 🇨🇦 (@GotfriedMLA) January 1, 2019
Happy new year, Saskatchewan!— Scott Moe (@PremierScottMoe) January 1, 2019
It’s been a very busy and fulfilling 2018.
From me and my family, thanks for all your support and feedback this past year, and may 2019 be a healthy, prosperous one for you and yours.