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For the decision to #ApproveTeck let’s look at the facts @JonathanWNV— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) January 31, 2020
✅ Regulatory review over 8 years and 100,000 pages recommend approval.
✅ Leading environmental innovation and protection should be rewarded.
✅ 100% of local Indigenous communities support the project. pic.twitter.com/CqhFAhZSYS
Major #oilsands producer pledges $50M for new homes in Indigenous communities near Alberta operations.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) January 31, 2020
Also has committed another $1.5 billion of additional spending with Indigenous businesses on top of $3 billion spent over the past decade.https://t.co/RqYKYTD6EE
Canadian oil and gas helps keep us warm, powers our agriculture, fuels our airplanes and provides the building blocks for 1000’s of products we don’t even realize are connected... pic.twitter.com/5yCQYimeNc— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) January 28, 2020
The men and women of Canada’s energy industry have raised more than $16,000,000 for @STARSambulance over the past 26 years, including $805,000 on Saturday night at @psacstarsspurs pic.twitter.com/xh9V2QRoAN— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) January 27, 2020
All 14 local Indigenous communities have chosen to #ApproveTeck after years of consultation.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) January 25, 2020
Why do the calls to #RejectTeck ignore the wishes of these communities?
This project will have emissions lower than 50% of the oil currently refined in the USA. pic.twitter.com/P4rVKRquny
Norway’s oil minister rejects call to phase out the country's oil industry.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) January 23, 2020
Adds: That would be a disaster for Norwegian society. There are 200,000 jobs and the industry enables our country to maintain our social programs. #Canada #TMX pic.twitter.com/9VM2lUtIB2
“We urge you to think about how your opposition to LNG is causing harm to our people and our wellbeing. Opposition does nothing to empower our Nation, but rather dismisses our Rights and separates our people from real benefits.”— National Coalition of Chiefs (@NationalChiefs) January 21, 2020
Haisla Nation open letter: https://t.co/JjuRyxvJK6
Without oil and gas we wouldn’t have:— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) January 18, 2020
· Heart valves
Petrochemicals are the building blocks for 1000’s of products we all depend on
Let’s put the marine traffic from a completed #TransMountain expansion into perspective...— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) January 20, 2020
This is a project that has operated since the 1950’s, without marine incident.
Additionally there are hundreds of US oil tankers on the West Coast every year. #TMX pic.twitter.com/VFJfeaZFeV
Unbelievable. The UN committee that attempted to single out Canada didn't realize major Canadian projects have First Nations support.— Sonya Savage (@sonyasavage) January 16, 2020
"Committee Chairperson Noureddine Amir said he was unaware that Coastal had broad indigenous backing."https://t.co/Oh2j0yUg1d
Canadian oil and gas is world-class and we are leading by example.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) January 16, 2020
Oil will be an important part of the global energy mix for decades to come and Canada should be a preferred supplier. #Oilsands pic.twitter.com/DhVEI2rClT
The Norwegian Minister of Energy says new oil discoveries locally would be beneficial for employment and government revenues.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) January 15, 2020
Oil will be an important part of the global energy mix for decades to come and Canada should fight to ensure our industry can complete globally #TMX pic.twitter.com/PcxDKrihCK
Who is fighting for the rights of all the Indigenous communities that support our energy sector?— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) January 11, 2020
✅ All 14 local Indigenous communities #ApproveTeck
✅ All 20 of the elected First Nations councils support #CoastalGasLink
✅ 90% support of First Nations communities on #TMX pic.twitter.com/eV9tsesD4f
Hollywood celebrities are saying we should #RejectTeck in the name of Indigenous rights...— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) January 11, 2020
But all 14 local First Nations and Métis communities in the region SUPPORT the project #ApproveTeck
Who do you stand with?
So support Hollywood celebrities, or support the 14 First Nations and Métis communities in the region that are working with Teck and have signed agreements with them? 🤷🏽♂️ https://t.co/mEFgNr8zL9— National Coalition of Chiefs (@NationalChiefs) January 10, 2020
We ❤️ Canadian energy because it heats our homes, contributes a massive amount to our social programs AND we have the highest environmental standards on planet earth. #TMX #MoreCanada pic.twitter.com/fYkT4EXpWW— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) January 10, 2020
The Prime Minister of Norway says even in a world with increasing sales of #ElectricVehicles it’s unrealistic to think oil will no longer be needed.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) January 9, 2020
Global oil demand is still expected to grow for years to come. #TMX pic.twitter.com/iNT81HGvfm
'If it weren't for the oil, my people would be in poverty right now': Fort McKay chief Jim Boucher— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) January 7, 2020
Environmentalists have impoverished First Nations, pro-pipeline chief says.#TransMountain #CoastalGasLink https://t.co/Cln3mVPNEB
Many Indigenous communities support Canada’s responsible oil and gas sector.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) January 5, 2020
This includes 100% of the elected councils on the #CoastalGasLink route and over 90% of the communities on the #TransMountain route. pic.twitter.com/ULDM5cWWkr
“There is a growing realization that organizations like #Greenpeace may say they’re in favour of the environment and that they stand with Indigenous people, but that’s not always the case.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) January 4, 2020
Instead, they have their own agendas, which may run counter...” https://t.co/WVtpmdmZBG
Global oil demand increased by more than 10 million barrels per day over the past decade.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) January 3, 2020
The world needs more 🇨🇦 energy, we are a responsible producer with a record we can all be proud of. pic.twitter.com/F77CuytVGU