What’s going on as of late with Canada’s natural resource sector? One way to find out is Twitter; this social media platform is an excellent way to keep up with current voices, opinions and debates on topics such as energy.
One such debate is why Canada is lagging behind on natural resource development while other top oil exporters take advantage of growing global oil and gas demand. Canada is one of the most transparent, regulated and environmentally-friendly oil and gas producers. It would make sense for Canada to be supplying its fair market share of growing global oil and gas demand, right?
The question remains: why is Canada's energy sector the only one in the world that's under such intense scrutiny and opposition by so-called "environmental" groups? Learn more about this topic in our tweets below.Read more
Want to keep up with Canada Action’s message? Twitter is an excellent way to do so, but not everyone has an account. That's okay though; we’ve compiled a list of Canada Action’s best tweets and retweets for the month of April 2019 below. Visit us on Twitter now:
If you do happen to have Twitter, however, we suggest you follow the accounts that we’ve retweeted below! They are an excellent source of balanced and truthful information regarding Canada’s natural resource sector, business competitiveness and overall prosperity.
Without further adieu, here’s all of our best tweets and retweets for the month of April 2019:Read more
Are you following us @CanadaAction or @OilSandsAction on Twitter? If not, we’d love to have you! We use this platform to spread a balanced and informed conversation on Canada’s natural resource sector, regulations / policy and other factors that affect out nation's overall competitiveness. These factors all play an integral role in our nation’s economic well-being and prosperity.
If you don’t have a Twitter account, that’s okay! Not everyone does, which is why we’re compiling the best of our tweets and retweets at Oil Sands Action below for you to read. You can also visit our Twitter page to see them in a format that may be more friendly for your mobile device or computer.
These accounts, like our own, will give you information and insight into both national and international events related to the backbone of our country's prosperity - natural resources - as well as an overview of Canada's overall competitiveness on the world stage in terms of business, resource development and more.
Here’s Oil Sands Action’s best tweets and retweets for the month of March 2019:Read more
Twitter’s a great platform for spreading whichever message you choose. At @CanadaAction and @OilSandsAction, we use it to keep our followers up to date on what’s going on across the nation and the world in natural resource development and how Canada compares.
If you don’t have a Twitter account, that’s okay. It’s why we’re posting all of Canada Action’s best tweets and retweets in these blogs. If you do happen to have a Twitter account, we suggest following these accounts! They share great information and stories related to our overall message on Canadian energy, natural resources and economic prosperity.
Here’s all of Canada Action’s best tweets and retweets for the month of March 2019:Read more
Canada has a long list of different natural resources found in abundance throughout its provinces and territories. Oil, for example, is found in vast amounts in Alberta, with the world’s third largest recoverable reserves - or about 10% of the world's total share.
Minerals are another natural resource found in abundance in Canada. A few examples: Canada ranks 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the world for production of potash, uranium and platinum group metals like nickel, for example.
Perhaps the most important of all of Canada’s resources (essential to life) is its fresh water. Here’s some interesting facts and a great photo relating to fresh water in Canada.Read more
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!):Read more
Twitter is an excellent platform to broadcast whatever message you choose. In our case, we use our Twitter accounts @OilSandsAction and @CanadaAction to spread a balanced and informed conversation about Canada's natural resource sectors, bad government policy and other factors that play an instrumental role in our nation's overall economic well-being.
If you don't happen to have a Twitter account and don't want one, that's okay. We post all of our retweets on these blogs for you to check out at any time. We also have a lot more tweets that we don't post because, well, we tweet a lot. If you do want to see more of our regular tweets though, be sure to check us out on Twitter (link above).
If you do have Twitter, however, we recommend you follow these accounts (if you haven't already). They will also keep you up-to-date on developing stories related to the message that our group is bringing the discussion on Canadian pipelines, Canadian energy and Canadian prosperity.
Here's all of Canada Action's Twitter retweets for the month of February 2019:
If a petroleum refinery was a beating heart, transmission pipelines would be the veins bringing blood to and from. Truth is that pipelines are the lifeblood of our modern society, as they are the mechanism that allows us to ship oil and natural gas safely and effectively which is used for heating our homes to making petrochemical products to fueling our vehicles and everything in between.
In Canada, there’s a vast network of pipelines that transport millions of litres of oil and gas under ground every single day. Pipelines are often misunderstood, mistaken as being dangerous or harmful to the environment in every aspect. This couldn’t be further from the truth.Read more
Wendy Mesley interviews Vivian Krause and Tzeporah Berman – Jan 20th, 2019
The Weekly with Wendy Mesley (CBC TV Jan. 20th, 2019) opens with a short video discussing the history of the Rockefeller oil empire, and its eventual endowment of the philanthropic – and many would say activist -- Rockefeller Brothers Fund Inc., an instrumental leadership group and co-founder of the anti-oil sands effort known as the Tar Sands Campaign.
Mesley’s reporting quickly turns to a short overview of the tax returns uncovered by researcher and writer Vivian Krause who has tracked large sums of US dollars as they move from American philanthropic and activist foundations to environmental groups in Canada.
Noted in these tax returns are specific references to the tar sands campaign and efforts to oppose oil sands and pipeline construction.
NOTE: The time-stamp references in this viewers guide are keyed to the following clip:Read more
Don't have a Twitter account? No problem! Not many people do, but we still want to share the information we post concerning Canada's natural resource industries and those abroad with you!
Below you'll find all retweets by Canada Action throughout the month of January 2019. If you're looking to be up-to-date on developments regarding Canada's natural resource sectors and those around the world (and how Canada competes), these retweets will help to get you caught up to speed.