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But not everyone wants another online account to manage, which is why we are bringing our best tweets and retweets from Oil Sands Action to you right here on our Canada Action blog.
So, without further adieu, here's Oil Sands Action's best tweets and retweets for October 2019. Also check out the best from previous months:
Have a happy and safe Halloween! pic.twitter.com/E4aOZcJ5wx— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) November 1, 2019
I say this in a non-partisan way: if @encana’s motivation is that the board doesn’t believe a 🇨🇦 energy company can attract foreign capital anymore....that is not a glowing endorsement of how we’ve handled energy policy in this country.#cdnecon #cdnpoli #OOTT— Derek DeCloet (@decloet) October 31, 2019
What do you think is smarter?— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) October 31, 2019
A) Sell our oil at a discount because we haven’t built pipelines to reach new customers
B) Sell our oil at the best possible global price to create the greatest economic benefits for #Canada pic.twitter.com/ZaoA4LeuyT
The world would be a better place with more Canadian energy.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) October 30, 2019
We are leaders in protecting the environment and we should be proud of our record on:
✅ #Innovation pic.twitter.com/kkmlwAbS12
The 🌎 needs more 🇨🇦 energy because oil demand is growing AND the women + men who work in our industry are laser focused on continually improving our environmental performance. #TMX pic.twitter.com/0o4PiUMKc4— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) October 29, 2019
Trans Mountain says it’s already hired 2,200 people.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) October 28, 2019
These women and men have families to support AND our entire country benefits when we get the best price for our natural resources. #TMX https://t.co/xWdTZuvoZL
We should ❤️ Canadian energy because we are uniquely positioned to supply the worlds energy needs while pushing the envelope on innovation, clean technology and sustainability. pic.twitter.com/u3f6qHTXyq— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) October 28, 2019
The #TransMountain expansion allows us to effectively utilize our energy resources in an economically and ecologically sustainable manner.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) October 25, 2019
Olympic champion @simonwhitfield on #TMX and #TeamCanada 🇨🇦 pic.twitter.com/xV4uCxixCc
We should be proud of our people, our record and our resources. The world needs more 🇨🇦 energy because we are global environmental leaders. pic.twitter.com/xiyMAT7u5t— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) October 24, 2019
In “The Frackers”, an insightful anecdote showing that the battle over pipelines is not about the environment. It’s about US E&P domination, Canadian subservience, political ineptitude, lost Canadian jobs, and many tens of billions of $’s profiting US refineries vs Canada. pic.twitter.com/FKrHfXoRKP— Eric Nuttall (@ericnuttall) October 20, 2019
We should ❤️ Canadian energy because it’s produced here, by our fellow Canadians, to the highest global standards, and it supports our families directly and indirectly across the country. #MadeinCanada pic.twitter.com/Hef42eBifM— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) October 23, 2019
“Alberta’s oil sector is highly innovative and is among the safest + most environmentally regulated in the 🌎.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) October 14, 2019
If 🇨🇦 is to be a true climate leader, we need to make our responsibly produced fossil fuels accessible to global markets.“
- Green Energy CEOhttps://t.co/a6qm1Unr1o
Real families and real livelihoods are at stake, we should be supporting Canadian energy for economic and environmental reasons.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) October 21, 2019
Oil and gas is going to be an important part of the global energy mix for decades to come. #BuyCanadian 🇨🇦 pic.twitter.com/T2W2ytJj8s
We should proudly fly our flag.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) October 20, 2019
Canada’s blessed with an abundance of natural resources which support our quality of life and are produced to the highest global standards. #MoreCanada 🇨🇦 pic.twitter.com/fnS8BokA82
This is huge. Many First Nation communities rely on the funds generated by resource development (oil and gas) to sustain their communities and deal with poverty. But so many groups come in, represent their "interests" without ever asking what FN's want... https://t.co/RAHbzO7U77— Sundance Construction (@SundanceConstr1) October 18, 2019
Media Advisory from @IRCCanada on Indigenous misrepresentation by @CJEdmonton on the #ClimateStrike in #Edmonton today with @GretaThunberg— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) October 18, 2019
Media Availability today at noon.
At the River Cree Hotel – Adjacent to River Cree 2. https://t.co/WnM3AHfSty
We should be proud of our people.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) October 18, 2019
We should be proud of our record.
We should be proud of our resources.
The 🌎 needs more 🇨🇦 energy. We are leaders in protecting the environment and human rights. #TeamCanada pic.twitter.com/icLssQb3qh
We should ❤️ Canadian energy because it powers our economy and heats our homes while contributing a massive amount to our social programs AND we have the highest environmental standards on planet earth. #MoreCanada pic.twitter.com/Xrd0C2TUJZ— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) September 29, 2019
Many of us wanted @OverABarrelDoc to be free. And now, it is! (It was $4.99)— Vivian Krause (@FairQuestions) October 17, 2019
Free at Facebook til Oct 31: https://t.co/495kbjwzYG…
To offset lost $, GoFundMe: https://t.co/c0WPwMfiBr…
So now, please share!
Special thanks to @ShaneFen!
Canada leads the world’s top 10 oil exporters with the most sustainable energy policies.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) October 16, 2019
As 🌎 oil and gas demand continues to grow, it’s never been more important to get our responsibly produced energy to the world. #TeamCanada 🇨🇦 pic.twitter.com/J5LPToHuuD
Blocking #TransMountain will only benefit other oil producers who won’t have to compete with Canada for international customers.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) October 15, 2019
Did you know 94% of First Nations communities on the route support construction? pic.twitter.com/inTpwwBHK9
Did you know oil and gas production used 0.21% of total nonsaline water available in Alberta for 2018?— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) October 13, 2019
We should have an informed conversation, we are constantly working to reduce our impact. #MadeInCanada 🇨🇦 pic.twitter.com/L8hw6HO9Cs
Thank you for proudly supporting our oil and gas families!— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) October 12, 2019
Sask MLA’s Ken Francis, Jim Reiter, Todd Goudy, Colleen Young, Hugh Nerlien, Lori Carr, Lyle Stewart, Tina Beaudy-Mellor, David Buckingham, Nadine Wilson, Randy Weekes, Greg Lawrence, Joe Hargrave & Ken Cheveldayoff. pic.twitter.com/6caDx4LGJa
When we block 🇨🇦 pipelines we aren’t doing any good for the world but we are hurting Canadian families.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) October 12, 2019
83% of our imported oil comes from countries that rank lower then #Canada on the Sustainable Development Index. pic.twitter.com/hEkGqcAFQT
$53,000,000 per day on imported oil at global prices while our families are struggling and we sell at a discount...— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) October 9, 2019
This is just crazy. We should be supporting resources that are made in Canada for environmental and economic reasons #TeamCanada 🇨🇦 pic.twitter.com/slHebNABbn
It’s insane - Canada has imported about $118,000,000,000 of oil in recent years.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) October 8, 2019
Importing oil generates more emissions, and is often supporting countries with inferior environmental standards. #MoreCanada 🇨🇦 pic.twitter.com/nGkKYDtroW
It’s insane - Canada imported $4,000,000 of fossil fuels per hour in 2018, and yet we can’t build the infrastructure we need to get Canadian energy to all Canadians... pic.twitter.com/jSGRO6pElY— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) August 25, 2019
Strong Alberta = Strong Canada.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) October 2, 2019
If it wasn’t for a lack of pipelines and Alberta’s recession, the federal deficit would be virtually wiped out and national unemployment would be at a historic all time low. #cdnecon https://t.co/ew20C6JCn7