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Keep Canada Working
A initiative to build support for the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project. Use to join the conversation.
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Keep Canada Working Dec 13
Replying to @Dyleup
The transition to a cleaner Alberta and Canada requires huge investments by industry and government. These investments are made possible through profits and royalties, and we need pipelines to earn both.
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Keep Canada Working Dec 11
Replying to @bikehounds
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Keep Canada Working Dec 10
Replying to @Anghellik9
Very worth it. It is currently estimated that the Canadian economy is losing roughly $80 million dollars a day because we don't have the pipeline capacity to move our products to market.
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Keep Canada Working Dec 10
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 Dec 10
Replying to @SamuelArawu
Hi, you can find all current job postings for the Government of Alberta here:
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Keep Canada Working Dec 10
Replying to @McGilch
Protecting our environment and growing our economy can and must go hand in hand. Oil & gas will continue to play an essential role in our lives and economy for some time, and pipelines are the safest, most environmentally-friendly, & most cost-effective way to move oil to market.
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Keep Canada Working Dec 10
Replying to @CherylBozarth
Tanker and marine safety is overseen by both federal and international laws. A variety of measures are in place to prevent oil spills, improve response and facilitate clean up if a spill occurs. Visit for more details.
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Keep Canada Working Dec 10
Replying to @DaveMarkel
Oil and gas will continue to play an essential role in our lives and our economy for some time. There’s a global appetite for oil that is developed responsibly. TMX will provide our products to a global market in the safest manner possible, with low carbon intensity.
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Keep Canada Working Dec 10
Replying to @SaucedbySally
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 Dec 9
Replying to @diskkihoax
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Keep Canada Working Dec 9
Replying to @theloneronin
Keep Canada Working is raising awareness of a national pipeline to bring Canada's energy resources to international markets.
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Keep Canada Working Dec 9
Replying to @Bede64j
This project is part of the Government of Alberta's market access campaign. Keep Canada Working is raising awareness of a national pipeline to bring Canada's energy resources to international markets.
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Keep Canada Working Dec 7
Alberta’s challenges are national challenges. We're taking that message to Montreal as the first ministers meeting gets underway, with ads in newspapers, on websites - and even projected on buildings:
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Keep Canada Working Dec 7
Hi Robert, Alberta has several refineries and a new one opening this year, which will refine bitumen into diesel fuel for Western Canada and export. Whether we’re exporting refined fuel or diluted bitumen, we need pipelines to transport it.
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Keep Canada Working Dec 7
Hi there, the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion is in the national interest. It means economic benefits for Alberta and the whole country and will help pay for the things that matter to working families, such as schools and hospitals.
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Keep Canada Working Dec 7
Hi Terry, climate action and the transition to a greener future require huge investments by industry and government. Those investments are made possible through profits and royalties, and we need pipelines to earn both.
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Keep Canada Working Dec 7
Hi there, Alberta has several refineries and a new one opening this year, which will refine bitumen into diesel fuel for Western Canada and export. Whether we’re exporting refined fuel or diluted bitumen, we need pipelines to transport it.
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Keep Canada Working Dec 7
Climate action and the transition to a greener future require huge investments by industry and government. These investments are made possible through profits and royalties, and we need pipelines to earn both.
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Keep Canada Working Dec 7
Replying to @completedrywall
Hi Jim, Trans Mountain has loaded marine vessels with petroleum since 1956 without a single spill from tanker operations. Trans Mountain has loaded marine vessels with petroleum since 1956 without a single spill from tanker operations.
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Keep Canada Working Dec 7
Replying to @Reprogramming11
The total projected budget for the campaign is $31 million in fiscal 2018-19.
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