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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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Expanding the Trans Mountain Pipeline doesn’t mean more oil production – it means selling what we produce at a higher price. Learn more at
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Keep Canada Working Feb 13
Replying to @ClydeSteel
That would be our Climate Leadership Plan. You can find details about it here:
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Keep Canada Working Feb 11
Replying to @ZombieShooz
Alberta does invest in renewable energy, which is becoming a larger share of our electricity supply.The Trans Mountain expansion will increase government revenue by $2.3B a year – money that will help fund continued advancements in green energy and cleaner oil and gas production.
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Keep Canada Working Feb 9
Canadians, we've now hit the $13 billion mark. Without in place, revenue that should be staying in Canada goes south of the border. We all have a stake in getting top dollar for our resources, and getting TMX built.
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Keep Canada Working Feb 8
Hey Jace, we are funded by the Government of Alberta. The Keep Canada Working campaign is a part of our market access initiative.
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Keep Canada Working Feb 7
Interested in learning where oil shipped on the Trans Mountain pipeline ends up? As this article explains, it's our chance to foster new relationships in the global market.
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Keep Canada Working Feb 5
Replying to @peintrepleinair
TMX is stalled b/c the Federal Court of Appeal found the NEB erred when it excluded project-related marine shipping from the project scope for the purposes of its environmental assessment. This is not the final word on this project, we are doing everything to ensure TMX is built.
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Keep Canada Working Jan 31
In Feb 1952, construction of the existing Trans Mountain Pipeline began. Check out our Trans Mountain Pipeline timeline for more significant moments regarding .
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Keep Canada Working Jan 30
Replying to @dartrix
We recognize there’s a global shift in energy production; the transition to a low emission future is happening. However, that transition won’t happen overnight – oil and gas will continue to play an essential role in our lives and economy for some time.
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Keep Canada Working Jan 30
Replying to @KeyserSoZe__1
This project is part of the Government of Alberta’s market access campaign.
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Keep Canada Working Jan 30
Replying to @angmarim
If you’d like to stop seeing these ads, clicking through and blocking our account (from the options in the top right corner) should stop them from showing up in the future.
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Keep Canada Working Jan 29
Hi Andrew. The figure is not based on the amount of oil sold. Rather, it is based on the discount at which our oil is sold due to the lack of market access. The full report can be read here: . The $80M/day is based on the $50 differential seen in October.
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Keep Canada Working Jan 28
will create enough capacity to send our products to wherever producers can get the best price – which means more money for public services like roads, schools and hospitals. Since work stopped on Aug 30 the Canadian economy has lost $12 billion in revenue.
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Keep Canada Working Jan 17
Replying to @angerfishoo
Hi Rob, thanks for reaching out. Feel free to provide any feedback you have to connect@keepcanadaworking.ca.
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Keep Canada Working Jan 17
Replying to @dddddvvvvvddddd
Our government adheres to the polluter-pays principle. It is the expectation of Albertans and of our government that industry should continue paying the costs related to cleaning up and decommissioning wells and associated infrastructure.
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Keep Canada Working Jan 16
New research from Angus Reid confirms what we already know - most Canadians understand pipelines are essential to the economy. 69% say our country will face considerable impact if no new pipeline capacity is built. Retweet to let us know how the stalled impacts you.
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Keep Canada Working Jan 15
Canadians are losing $80 million a day because we are reliant on the US to purchase our energy products. will create the pipeline capacity to access other markets and send our oil to wherever producers can obtain the best price.
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What Canada Loses Jan 15
Every day the Trans Mountain pipeline is delayed, Canadians lose $80 million in economic benefit. Today is Day 140 since construction paused – that’s $11,012,440,479 and counting.
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Keep Canada Working Jan 9
Replying to @PassmoreRW
If you’d like to stop seeing these ads, blocking our account should stop them from showing up in the future. The total projected budget for the campaign is $31 million in fiscal 2018-19.
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Keep Canada Working Jan 6
Replying to @EIreneFraser
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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