Our Twitter accounts are an excellent way to keep up-to-date on the overall message we deliver to the public domain.
We believe it's critical to educate Canadians about the social and economic benefits given to us all by the natural resource sector and the industry's commitment to world-class environmental stewardship.
If you don't have an account and want to stay in the loop, we've compiled our best tweets from Canada Action's Twitter account below for the month of May 2019. Also see:
✅ The world needs more Canadian energy.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 1, 2019
✅ Canada is a leader in protecting the environment.
❌ Why are we still importing oil from countries with weaker standards?#FCM #FCM2019 pic.twitter.com/Xi5slwTRw4
We are excited to announce Minister @sonyasavage will be speaking at the largest oil and gas rally in Canadian history, June 11 in Calgary.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) June 1, 2019
It’s time to stand up and defend our world class resources. #YEStoTMX https://t.co/wAt5tpSlNL pic.twitter.com/6Betldx5ac
Canada is a leader in protecting people and the planet. 🌎— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) May 31, 2019
Stand up for local prosperity. The world needs more Canadian energy. 🇨🇦 pic.twitter.com/RDHIjn3cVc
Pipelines against inequality! How oil and gas reduced the gap between Canada’s rich and poor https://t.co/fItizEB6bx— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) May 31, 2019
BET ON THIS pic.twitter.com/MGt0o6DQZX— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) May 31, 2019
'Game changer': Indigenous group pitches First Nation investment in #TransMountain— 🇨🇦 Rally 4 Resources 🇨🇦 (@rally4resources) May 29, 2019
"Dubbed Project Reconciliation, the group is comprised of First Nations leaders from Saskatchewan to B.C., and includes executives from B.C. and Alberta." #Cdnpolihttps://t.co/YOvvmB5gtM
While it targets Alberta’s oil industry, HSBC gets back in business with Saudi Arabia https://t.co/rFTRfIRx6I— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) May 29, 2019
No mining = No renewables.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) May 28, 2019
A three-megawatt wind turbine can contain up to 4.7 tons of copper.
Solar power systems can contain approximately 5.5 tons of copper per MW. https://t.co/v55O4dUZWT
At airport security this morning in Saskatoon, I was assumed to be an oil & gas guy from Calgary from the stickers on my laptop. I responded that “no, I am Canadian and we should all have these stickers”. @CanadaAction pic.twitter.com/yvb0nhbe0U— Marc Joiner (@con_nec_tor) May 28, 2019
A misleading anti-oilsands National Geographic article proves to be so very wrong about science.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) May 28, 2019
“...it is apparent that sub-standard journalism was on full display...”
cc: @StephenLeahy #CdnPoli https://t.co/h0m3t7S3Ff
✅ “As long as we are using fossil fuels we should be using our fossil fuels." - @ElizabethMay— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) May 27, 2019
❌ Canada has spent > $120 billion on foreign oil imports since 2012.
✅ Canada’s the only top 10 oil exporter with carbon pricing initiatives.
Ball Game. CONFERENCE WIN! pic.twitter.com/LXKegOEwl3— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) May 26, 2019
🇨🇦 It’s time to have an informed conversation about emissions from Canada’s #oilsands.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) May 26, 2019
🌎 We have been the only top 10 oil exporter with carbon pricing initiatives since 2007.
✅ Global oil demand is growing. pic.twitter.com/v2cpr0B4il
Thank you to @CanadaAction for standing up for our energy sector which employs over 500,000 Canadians. It is a battle between the informed versus the bongo drumming, “keep it in the ground” chanting fringe. pic.twitter.com/Hny6Sv15ck— Eric Nuttall (@ericnuttall) May 25, 2019
We agree with today's ruling that the #TransMountain expansion is an interprovincial undertaking and falls under federal jurisdiction. It's time for us to collectively move forward, restore #ConfidenceInCanada, and support this project in our national interest. #bcpoli #cdnpoli https://t.co/USrbubp7oR— Greater Vancouver Board of Trade (@BoardofTrade) May 24, 2019
Today in Toronto we thanked @Barclays for investing in Canada.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) May 25, 2019
Canada is a leader in responsible, transparent, environmentally progressive resource production.
The world needs more Canadian energy. 🇨🇦 pic.twitter.com/vHYX2diRBI
The latest court decision makes the count 18-1 in favor of the Trans Mountain pipeline.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) May 24, 2019
This was a courtroom rout; the B.C. appeal court judges ruled 5-0 against Horgan’s specious argument that the province can regulate in an area of clear federal power https://t.co/d9hAo4BQve
Alberta shale would be producing four times the oil if it was in U.S., says Encana CEO https://t.co/89FYKWS22y— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) May 24, 2019
✅ All recorded oil tanker trips in 2017.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) April 20, 2019
❌ At the behest of US foundations, #BillC48 will block Alberta’s oil exports while all other oil exporters are free to trade for the best global price. pic.twitter.com/r66X8qtiCb
A picture is worth 1,000 words. The American funded campaign to shut down Canadian oil exports, while US oil exports increased substantially has been entirely successful. The Canadian environmental movement was used. We are indeed suckers. #CdnPoli #ABleg #bcpoli #ontpoli https://t.co/58ra5NMnHa— Robert Hawkes (@CalgaryRob) May 20, 2019
.@CanadaAction is set to hold an oil and gas rally with over 5000 people at this year’s Global Petroleum Show at Stampede Park. They’re calling it the largest oil and gas rally in Canadian History. #YYC #YEG #CdnPoli #ABleg @GlobalCalgary pic.twitter.com/ve2GljHmaL— Adam MacVicar (@AdamMacVicar) May 16, 2019
Canada is a leader in clean tech and renewables. We should be proud 🇨🇦 pic.twitter.com/1RIqlBxW8n— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) May 21, 2019
Things @MikeHudema doesn’t like to talk about: 🤔— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) May 20, 2019
✅ Global oil demand is growing.
✅ Canada’s only top 10 oil exporter with carbon pricing initiatives.
✅ Canada’s 9th globally for installed wind capacity.
✅ Canada’s a leader in no-emission power generation.
If #BillC48 ultimately goes through the Senate, it would be the only oil tanker export ban in the world.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) May 16, 2019
This legislation is opposed by many First Nations and is not in Canada’s national interest.https://t.co/Mec3ozYr6q
In the global oil industry, where every other country does whatever it can to develop its oil and gas assets, how is it that Canada is the only player actively taking itself out of the game? #StopBillC69 https://t.co/bev3McLny0— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) May 19, 2019
Canada’s the only top 10 oil exporter that lacks the ability to trade with the world.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) May 19, 2019
It’s time to build our own energy infrastructure so we can control our own energy destiny. #CdnPoli pic.twitter.com/cJPk9u9igw
✅ Trans Mountain— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) May 19, 2019
✅ Eagle Spirit Pipeline
✅ Restart Energy East
❌ Bill C-69
❌ Bill C-48
❌ Foreign oil imports pic.twitter.com/5P1t3mIARH
Canada is a global leader in environmental innovation, conservation, progress and responsible resource development.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) May 16, 2019
We should be proud. 🇨🇦 pic.twitter.com/synajy36a5
No, solar and wind ain't taking over the world— Bjorn Lomborg (@BjornLomborg) May 16, 2019
0.9% of all energy now, 4.1% in 2040
(energy, not just electricity, TPES from International Energy Agency)https://t.co/daTsAKh6BY pic.twitter.com/nDpyCjoNkq
Since 2008, the US foundations behind the #TarSandsCampaign have wanted to land-lock Canadian oil and gas.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) May 15, 2019
Part of that strategy is #BillC48 - which is NOT in Canada’s national interest and is opposed by many First Nations. pic.twitter.com/xff3s7UaGi
Join us on June 11 in Calgary for the largest resource rally in Canadian history.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) May 7, 2019
Support our jobs, support our families, support our pipelines! RSVP -> https://t.co/GBgV7Bebki pic.twitter.com/UwWSE6kgEf
Many First Nations in Canada support pipelines and resource development as partners with industry.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) May 14, 2019
🚨 #BillC48 and #BillC69 will sabotage our already suffering resource sector. #CdnPoli pic.twitter.com/xWWTr8Kvir
Where are the protestors? pic.twitter.com/rhD7rX4DUL— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) May 13, 2019
Canada is a leader in renewable energy, clean technology and responsible production of oil and gas.— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) May 12, 2019
Global energy demand is growing. pic.twitter.com/k5v0OEtQsu
Where are the protestors? pic.twitter.com/jRTCaNEnEx— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) May 10, 2019
My blog post on my trip to the oil sands with the Mayor of Victoria last month. I discuss what we learned and saw, and how we move forward in telling the story of Canada's energy industry.https://t.co/R3xlP7VMiS@CanadaAction #yyc #yyccc #ableg #cdnpoli #energy— Jeff Davison (@JeffDavisonYYC) May 9, 2019
@CanadaAction @GlobalCalgary Pipeline rally as Natural Resources Minister Sohi speaks inside. Minister says he expects decision on TransMountain Expansion June 18. And will accept amendments that make sense from Senate on bill C-69 pic.twitter.com/ud0Dzz95uk— doug vaessen (@dougvaessen) May 8, 2019
Canada, we have a serious problem. pic.twitter.com/csb0Za3gTI— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) May 6, 2019
Why are we still importing oil? We have the world’s third largest reserves. We need to work together and get vital infrastructure built. pic.twitter.com/DGEwmmo4sN— Canada Action (@CanadaAction) May 3, 2019