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A initiative to build support for the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project. Use to join the conversation.
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Replying to @cherylstar
Alberta is investing in renewable energy. These investments are made possible through profits and royalties, and we need pipelines to earn both. Visit to find out how TMX will help fund the transition to a greener future.
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Keep Canada Working Oct 17
(2/2) Every day TMX is delayed Canada loses money – a lot of money. That’s why increased pipeline capacity to bring oil to markets overseas is needed now. So we can get a higher price for our products to fund the things that matter most to Canadians. Visit
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Keep Canada Working Oct 17
(1/2) On this day in 1953, the first shipment of oil reached the Trans Mountain Burnaby Terminal, ushering in a new era of economic growth for Canada. 65 years later, with no pipeline expansion, our growth has stagnated and Canada is losing $40 million dollars/day.
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Keep Canada Working Oct 17
Replying to @carrionthrash
Hi there - this campaign is an initiative of the Government of Alberta, which you’ll see if you click through to our profile and take a look at the bio.
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Keep Canada Working Oct 16
Replying to @Skooinguud
Alberta does invest in renewable energy & it's becoming a larger share of our electricity supply. Climate action & transition to green energy require huge investments by industry and government. Those are made possible through profits and royalties; we need pipelines to earn both
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Rachel Notley Oct 15
Together, we Albertans have developed & been working toward a plan that works for people, cuts emissions, creates jobs, and positions our economy for the future. A key part of that plan is building a pipeline to the coast so Albertans can get fair value for every barrel we sell.
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Keep Canada Working Oct 15
Replying to @VancouverSynth1
This project is part of the Government of Alberta’s market access campaign. We also recognize there’s a global shift in energy production. But the transition to a low emission future won’t happen overnight – oil and gas will continue to play an essential role in the years ahead.
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Rachel Notley Oct 13
We Albertans take our responsibilities to future generations seriously. That’s why we’re ldrs on climate & innovation, produce our resources to the highest standards in the world & why we’re fighting to get them to new markets. Watch me send that message:
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Rachel Notley Oct 12
The differential is at massive, punishing and record levels, hurting working people across Alberta & Canada. We need to get TMX built. Without it, we're forced to sell your resources at a discount - to our biggest competitor.
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Rachel Notley Oct 12
Watch as I make the case for Alberta & our industry, counter misinformation & ensure that the whole story is told. Building a pipeline so we can get fair value for our resources is key to us building a more diversified & secure future.
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Keep Canada Working Oct 12
Replying to @tangled_iv
Alberta is investing in renewable energy. These investments are made possible through profits and royalties, and we need pipelines to earn both. Visit to find out how TMX will help fund the transition to a greener future.
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Keep Canada Working Oct 11
Companies have safety & monitoring equipment in place to prepare for & respond to emergencies. In the case of a wildfire, this includes preventative steps like clearing vegetation, fire detection systems & emergency shut down procedures. Here’s more info:
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Keep Canada Working Oct 11
Replying to @MeetElsa
Alberta is investing in renewable energy, made possible through profits and royalties. TMX will increase government revenue in AB by $2.3B a year. Visit to find out how TMX will help fund advancements in green energy and cleaner oil and gas production.
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Keep Canada Working Oct 11
Replying to @prewar41
Right now, almost all the oil produced in western goes to one market, the US, which means we're forced to sell at a discount. Expanding our access to international markets means that producers can export their products wherever they can get the best price.
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Keep Canada Working Oct 11
Replying to @alkavalka
Alberta is investing in renewable energy. These investments are made possible through profits and royalties, and we need pipelines to earn both. Visit to find out how TMX will help fund the transition to a greener future.
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Keep Canada Working Oct 11
Replying to @DarinBuckland
Alberta is investing in renewable energy. These investments are made possible through profits and royalties, and we need pipelines to earn both. Visit to find out how TMX will help fund advancements in green energy and cleaner oil and gas production.
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Keep Canada Working Oct 11
Replying to @WamcoCarter_III
Countries in the Asia Pacific region need secure sources of energy. We’ve already seen interest in our products from Asian markets – what we need is the means to get it there. For more info, feel free to check out and
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Keep Canada Working Oct 11
Replying to @Valkyrie2P
Pipelines are the safest, most cost-effective way to move oil to market. When there isn't enough pipeline capacity, oil from Alberta has to be shipped by more expensive, less efficient and less environmentally-friendly means, such as rail cars or truck transport.
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Keep Canada Working Oct 11
Replying to @GMC_59
Alberta has several refineries & a new one opening this year. In 2015, about 45% of crude bitumen production was sent for upgrading. There are also US and global markets for diluted bitumen specifically, not refined product. And regardless, we still need pipelines for transport.
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Keep Canada Working Oct 10
Replying to @docleslie
A single buyer means that we are forced to sell at a discount, providing the US with cheaper oil. Expanding the Trans Mountain pipeline will create capacity to send exports wherever producers can obtain the best price - which means more money for public services across Canada.
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