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If you don't have a Twitter account yet, that's quite alright. We're posting our best tweets and retweets each for each month right here on our blog for you to check out.
So here they are for the month of June 2019. Also see:
The world needs more Canadian energy to help meet growing global demand.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) July 1, 2019
We are leaders in environmental protection, innovation, conservation and collaboration 🇨🇦 #CanadaDay2019 pic.twitter.com/nzB8zKFJtB
Anti-pipeline campaign was planned, intended, and foreign-funded: Vivian Krause https://t.co/eMmi77JnUg— Calvin Helin (@CalvinHelin) June 26, 2019
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
It is utterly laughable if anyone describes the anti-pipeline movement in Canada as “grass roots”— David Staples (@DavidStaplesYEG) June 26, 2019
That is how it was fraudulently described for a decade, tho. #ableg #tmx
MILKE: Foreign money and Canada’s democracy | Toronto Sun https://t.co/Jn0ujyAP5y
Any environmentally minded person would champion Canadian oil to meet growing global demand.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) June 24, 2019
G) Canada is a leader in reducing emissions from the production of oil and gas. Innovation drives our industry. #cdnpoli #bcpoli pic.twitter.com/ZBT6FNOxPJ
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
Anti-pipeline groups are trying to tear Canada apart. It’s time to build #TransMountain with no more delays.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) June 18, 2019
Canada’s oil and gas industry is a global leader in reducing emissions and environmental innovation. #CdnPoli pic.twitter.com/M8hWVEvnm8
Time to build #TransMountain with no more delays, we can’t afford to miss the summer construction season.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) June 17, 2019
A strong majority of First Nations on the route support this project. #CdnPoli pic.twitter.com/gRKXxO6Ln2
There’s nothing green about keeping the worlds most environmentally progressive top oil exporter out of international markets.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) June 14, 2019
Canada has been the only top 10 oil exporter with carbon pricing initiatives since 2007. #CdnPoli #YEStoTMX pic.twitter.com/ctYBkQigHS
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
We pay tribute to our brave men and women in uniform. Thank you for your service to our country. 🇨🇦pic.twitter.com/FXEfPl7Dcv— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) June 3, 2019