Twitter is an excellent way to broadcast your message to the world. In our case, we use our duel Twitter accounts @CanadaAction and @OilSandsAction to convey our message which supports Canada's highly transparent, regulated and environmentally responsible natural resource sectors and overall economic success.
If you don't have Twitter, and don't plan on getting an account anytime soon, that's okay! Not many people are interested in Twitter, which is why we are sharing all of our retweets on Oil Sands Action's below. If you want to check out more of our regular tweets, however, be sure to check us out on Twitter (link above).
If you do happen to have Twitter, however, we recommend you follow some of these accounts we've retweeted seen below (if not already). These people and organizations are great sources of information if you're looking to stay informed and up-to-date on recent events related to Canada's natural resources and overall economic prosperity.
Here's all of Oil Sands Action's Twitter retweets for the month of February 2019 (and some of our best own tweets too!):
Must end the madness.— * W. Brett Wilson * (@WBrettWilson) February 26, 2019
Confederation is about working together. Special interest groups are effectively destroying the life blood of our nation and its ability to compete globally.
That is wrong to me.
RT to support thoughtful economic AND environmental policy in Canada. https://t.co/Odbk0MxWP2
With 1600 coal plants being built around the world - why wouldn’t Canada solidify its global lead in this technology. It would be a much bolder plan than focusing on carbon taxing Canada’s 1.7% of global emissions. https://t.co/bM3oFDdsag— Brad Wall (@BradWall306) February 26, 2019
So who wins and who loses if the #TMX doesn’t go through?— Blair King (@BlairKing_ca) February 24, 2019
Losers: Canadians, the environment, salmon, the SRKWs (orcas), Canada’s fight against climate change
Winners: Activist NGOs, American refinery owners, and foreign dictatorshipshttps://t.co/jTlFhZvV6l#bcpoli 8/
Canadian jobs are at stake. Investment in our country is already fleeing, this will make it much worse.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) February 19, 2019
“If we hadn’t had our project already approved, we would not even bother under #BillC69” pic.twitter.com/8XsVibWBy1
Canada’s competitiveness is falling. That means lower investment and less opportunity for Canadian families.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) February 14, 2019
There is no greater example than our inability to build pipelines and support the energy sector, which is Canada’s largest export. #CdnPoli pic.twitter.com/MXFnu15RZf
Calgary & Edmonton: Join us for a complimentary event featuring Vivian Krause @FairQuestions on foreign influence in today's Canadian activism. Where is it coming from, where is it going, and what are the economic and political ramifications? Register: https://t.co/nuH0l5krzg pic.twitter.com/MbWCcIFgld— Moodys Gartner (@moodysgartner) February 11, 2019
I’m an indigenous person from Alberta Canada and I have worked in the Alberta Energy Sector for the last 25 years. You do not realize that you are killing thousands of jobs that indigenous people in Alberta have relied on for decades.— Brett C Major (@BrettCMajor1) February 9, 2019
Here's an example of what activist groups are funded to do in the campaign against @KM_Canada #Transmountain.— Vivian Krause (@FairQuestions) February 6, 2019
As you can see, this USA foundation funded @georgiastraight to "make investors nervous" and more. Does this sound like charity?
> 400 payments: https://t.co/MY0qJBwKvm pic.twitter.com/KG4XT1QZUJ
To catch you up - I have just proposed a motion instructing the steering committee to come up with a plan to travel to hear witnesses on C-69.— Paula Simons (@Paulatics) February 5, 2019
Hi Ian,— Vivian Krause (@FairQuestions) February 5, 2019
There’s a reason people “don’t like pipelines.” It’s the multi-million dollar #TarSandsCampaign.
This campaign is the #1 reason that pipelines are in the news - and stalled. ‘Can’t understand Alberta today without understanding this campaign. pic.twitter.com/xHsF9FHr8m
R4R & ROABA's rally made the news .. check out the link for full story— Region One Aboriginal Business Association ROABA (@OneRoaba) January 30, 2019
February 10th at 12:00 pm at the Bold Center 8702-91 Avenue Lac La Biche, AB #albertanativenews #wesupportoilandgas #laclabiche #Alberta #Canada https://t.co/omsX2MTyqO
We should not expect everyone to run to Ottawa and as public officials, the #Senate committee should travel from coast to coast to coast and conduct public hearings on Bill #C69. #SenCA #ENEV #cdnpoli #abpoli https://t.co/S1VhDzD2GP— Senator Doug Black (@DougBlackAB) February 1, 2019
Of the world’s top 10 oil exporters, Canada is the leader in clean tech, renewables, environmental protection, transparency, social progress and democracy.— Oil Sands Action (@OilsandsAction) February 1, 2019
What do you value? @Tzeporah https://t.co/BBn3k8ppFy pic.twitter.com/ieOev9uSHi