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"We are an exporting nation, and we really depend on other countries buying our products for our farmers to be able to succeed." https://t.co/kW6Kg3YkbG— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 30, 2019
POWERFUL! Read the comments of everyone that’s donated to the @FairQuestions documentary.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 27, 2019
✅ It’s time to demand balance.
✅ It’s time to demand honesty.
✅ It’s time to hold the employees of anti-pipeline groups to account. https://t.co/sMBT9pCAdJ
Environmentalists have impoverished First Nations, pro-pipeline chief sayshttps://t.co/Ta6OToq9CN— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 29, 2019
An animated bar chart showing the world's biggest emitters of CO2, from the time when we first generated electricity to today pic.twitter.com/Pxjdn5lxyc— Robert Wilson (@countcarbon) June 28, 2019
Happy Friday! I am proud to announce that the Flora Footbridge is now officially open to cyclists and pedestrians. Just in time for #CanadaDay this bridge connects Old Ottawa East to Lansdowne/Glebe and is an important addition to our pathway network in #Ottawa pic.twitter.com/3RO2ur8rft— Jim Watson (@JimWatsonOttawa) June 28, 2019
Brazil’s crude oil exports to China have risen over the past few years and it’s vying with Iraq and Angola to be the third-biggest supplier after Russia and Saudi Arabia.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 28, 2019
Canada can’t compete because we haven’t built new pipelines. #CdnPoli https://t.co/xUYSyuaSmO
Trans Mountain Expansion:— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 27, 2019
✅ May 23, 2012 — Project announced
❌ June 27, 2019 — Project still not under full construction.
Meanwhile in the USA, > 35,000 km of pipelines have been built in the same time frame. https://t.co/JMhxOSp9Xf
RTA’s modernized smelter, LNG Canada, Chevron KMLNG have done more for my bands reconciliation in the last 5 years than anyone else has done in the last 50 years. Incredible watching and hearing the positive lifechanging stories— Ellis Ross (@ellisbross) June 27, 2019
Canada is the only country on earth where #Greenpeace opposes all pipelines.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 27, 2019
Since the campaign to block Canadian pipelines started, global oil demand is up more than 10,000,000 barrels / day. pic.twitter.com/Covf50BYd6
Too bad they can’t access Canadian oil to diversify their supply...— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 25, 2019
Japan Says Safety of Ships in Strait of Hormuz Is a Matter of ‘Life and Death’ https://t.co/b8QOOner5I
Debunking more misinformation about the #TransMountain Pipeline Expansion project.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 24, 2019
✅ Chinese refineries have capacity to refine all the bitumen Alberta currently produces.
✅ 7.5 million barrels of oil shipped to China in 2018 through #TMX
To produce the electricity needed to replace #fossilfuel energy, Canada would have to build 2.5 hydro power dams the size of British Columbia’s $13-billion #SiteC project somewhere in the country “every year for the foreseeable future” #ActOnClimate https://t.co/1KZb3346Ew— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 22, 2019
On #NationalIndigenousPeoplesDay, I express my thanks & pride for the generations of Indigenous peoples, esp the women & girls, who have shown resilience, strength & fierce determination to build a more just Canada—this work continues. Today & every day I am #ProudtobeIndigenous. pic.twitter.com/KHhVzDu9Hm— Jody Wilson-Raybould (@Puglaas) June 21, 2019
Heidi McKillop knows what it’s like to have the facts change your mind about oil and gas development, and she’s hoping her new documentary will help do the same for others. https://t.co/mERePEipoe— JWN (@JWNenergy) June 17, 2019
Yesterday’s Trans Mountain Expansion approval is crucial to our energy sector, market access, and jobs – it is good news for all Canadians.— Scott Moe (@PremierScottMoe) June 19, 2019
Now it is important to start and complete construction and ensure that #tmx is not the last pipeline to receive approval in our nation. pic.twitter.com/bZbqOX4tzm
Global oil demand growth:— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 19, 2019
1.67 million bpd (1.72%) in 2017
1.69 million bpd (1.78%) in 2016
1.85 million bpd (1.99%) in 2015 https://t.co/NTlFjiP8Kj
Man made causes of bird mortality— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 19, 2019
Canadian oil 1,000 / year.
Wind farms 250,000
Power lines/cell towers 64,000,000
Vehicle collisions 215,000,000
Windows + buildings 620,000,000
House cats 2,600,000,000https://t.co/DJnIHIG3EP
Fact: the existing pipe delivered 7,500,000 barrels of Alberta oil to Asia last year. https://t.co/JrosqrGdpO— Adam Stirling (@Adam_Stirling) June 18, 2019
60% of British Columbians support the Trans Mountain expansion along with majority support from 43 of 51 First Nations on the route.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 18, 2019
The #TarSandsCampaign opposes the project so they can depress the price of our resources.
Whose side are you on?https://t.co/3yGT7uXyFz
Indigenous led rally in support of #TransMountain happening in Vancouver.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 18, 2019
60% of British Columbians support this project, which expands an existing pipeline that’s operated since 1953 without marine incident. #BcPoli pic.twitter.com/S9HN99BDN2
Anyone curious about future importance of various energy sources?— * W. Brett Wilson * (@WBrettWilson) June 17, 2019
Coal shrinks in relative terms. Oil grows steadily. Gas literally explodes. Rest of options are VERY important but only 30%.
Hydrocarbons still dominate consumption.
And Canada should participate responsibly. pic.twitter.com/HMgWtzu0g5
Krause evidenced the efforts of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, and many other deep-pocketed U.S. donors, to shut down Canadian pipelines. She provided the Senate with a link to U.S. tax returns evidencing more than 400 payments to more than 100 groups...https://t.co/v5DDD8jFYq— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 16, 2019
Tzeporah claims oil from Alberta is high cost.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 16, 2019
Wrong again. Our innovators continue to lower costs and emissions while adhering to the highest standards for worker safety.
The oil and gas industry spends 6x more on environmental protection than any other industry in Canada. (4) pic.twitter.com/MVLvq4QiF5
Tzeporah claims oil from Alberta is high carbon.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 15, 2019
False! New #oilsands projects are comparable to, or better than, global averages.
Canada is also the only top 10 oil exporter with carbon pricing initiatives. (3) pic.twitter.com/uPJ1QfKDaY
Tzeporah claims green groups are not only targeting Canada’s energy sector.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 15, 2019
False! Anti-pipeline groups have never protested $120 billion of foreign oil imports to Canada since 2012, they just ignore it. (2) pic.twitter.com/O5iVjj2YX4
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) June 15, 2019
Canada has lost $196,000,000,000 of resource investment over the last 5 years, that’s enough to build 780 IG Fields in #Manitoba— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 15, 2019
Under #BillC69 things will get worse and more jobs will be lost. #Cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/LXlblKtrVm
Canada has lost $196,000,000,000 of resource investment over the last 5 years, that’s enough to build 290 Rogers Place Arenas in #Alberta— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 14, 2019
Under #BillC69 things will get worse and more jobs will be lost. #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/Id0hIj39rZ
The Toronto @Raptors are #NBA champions!!!!!!!! The entire country is in celebration mode for this truly historic moment–the first time that a Canadian team has won the championship! #CanadaProud #WeTheNorth pic.twitter.com/LmGDuXCVgm— Canada (@Canada) June 14, 2019
Why no campaign to block every US pipeline and oil tanker export facility? pic.twitter.com/8P1IACTdYc— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 12, 2019
✅ Do you care about the environment?— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 12, 2019
🌎 Of the world’s top 10 oil exporters Canada is a leader in climate action, renewables, clean tech, innovation, conservation & collaboration.
🇨🇦 The world needs more Canadian energy. Global energy demand is growing. #CdnPoli #YEStoTMX pic.twitter.com/1m5KoA7Bte
✅ Major investments in shipping and pipeline projects will route more than 2 million barrels of Texas oil per day to Corpus Christi export facilities within the 12 months.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 11, 2019
❌ Canada is being left behind. https://t.co/NiNd0a2LuH
Did someone say Game 5 tonight VS @warriors It’s KNOT over yet, SHORE has been a great SEA-son so far. Wishing you a SWELL game, go make some WAVES @Raptors 💪🌊⚓@NBA— Royal Canadian Navy (@RoyalCanNavy) June 10, 2019
#NBAFinals #RaptorsIn5 #WeTheNorth pic.twitter.com/PLFQHB5Ecc
Environmental groups vow to continue ignoring all oil imports to North America after Keystone XL pipeline injunction lifted https://t.co/PyO6wXCFOI— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 8, 2019
Ball game. Raps win! pic.twitter.com/squEDprUJK— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) June 8, 2019
Thirty years ago, fossil fuels made up 81% of the world’s energy mix.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 6, 2019
Today, despite hundreds of billions of dollars invested in renewable energy and growth in electric vehicles adoption, it’s still 81%. https://t.co/JxjxrvMsUf
This Popular Cruise Line That Travels Through Canada Was Fined $20 Million For Dumping Garbage Into Ocean https://t.co/kh2u5SWpYh— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 6, 2019
❌ No opposition to daily US tankers.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 5, 2019
❌ No mention Canada’s a leader in climate action & marine safety.
❌ No context of numerous First Nations that support #TransMountain, in operation since 1953, without marine incident...https://t.co/LCQz5CsHW6
Its a go! Found a great film team!— Vivian Krause (@FairQuestions) June 3, 2019
Pipeline protests don't help the climate but they do keep Canada over a barrel. Ppl need to know who funds anti-pipeline activism, and who benefits.
Thanks very much to all who can pitch in.
$160K needed for the film: https://t.co/gqIs96Nx6f
Today, on #CAF Day, we pay tribute to our brave women and men in uniform for their service to Canada, and thank them for the dedication, skill, and humanity they demonstrate when keeping Canadians safe here at home, and around the world. #CAFDay https://t.co/rqUygnyJeD pic.twitter.com/U0KT5eViOt— Canadian Forces (@CanadianForces) June 2, 2019
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