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Below are all retweets by Oil Sands Action throughout January of 2019. If you're unfamiliar with the current state of affairs when it comes to pipelines, oil and gas and other natural resource industries in Canada and abroad, these tweets will get you caught up quickly.
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
Yes, David Suzuki, you are what you do. Bet you even fly first class on the 26,000km round trip flight to your Australian vacation home. https://t.co/v1JlLZaen5— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) January 30, 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
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
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
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
A fantastic initiative by @EdmontonOilers to support the hard working people in our oil industry. No surprise though, support for our oil sector is built into their very name! #yeg #LOILTY https://t.co/iAKE24L5gv— Amarjeet Sohi (@SohiAmarjeet) January 22, 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
"We are lucky to count members of the industry as our partners, sponsors & customers, but more than that, they are also our family, our friends & our neighbours." #Oilers Entertainment Group's Bob Nicholson | #LOILTY pic.twitter.com/mGuX1rL84B— Edmonton Oilers (@EdmontonOilers) January 23, 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
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
Great read on Vivian Krause(@FairQuestions), whose research has exposed foreign funding of activists to blockade pipelines & injure the Canadian oil & gas industry.https://t.co/rGPYMkZydV— Scott Moe (@PremierScottMoe) January 20, 2019
Check out her website, https://t.co/upLgTYaiGH
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
Proud to support the development of Canada’s natural resources! pic.twitter.com/jaZ1jL1gXz— Regina Chamber (@ReginaChamber) January 8, 2019
Thx to all who came to @CanadaAction Regina Chamber rally at Leg today.— Scott Moe (@PremierScottMoe) January 9, 2019
On frigid days like this, it's a reminder of importance of life-giving Cdn energy, keeping us warm here in SK & across nation.
We won't stop fighting for you, this sector and these jobs & all they provide. pic.twitter.com/QsItuVNd4W
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