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docleslie 2h
Replying to @SharonMallon790
Then the question arises as to why you'd vote for a party that does not at all share your values and is furthermore dedicated to stripping rights from some of those individuals. Are you just an oiltard who drank Kenney's Kool-aid and held your nose to vote for him?
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rob clément Apr 18
Replying to @cathmckenna
So stop subsidizing ! Close down the ! Stop buying & building more pipelines for . Support RnD of alternatives & renewables. Put our money where your mouth is.
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4380 day countdown 3h
Replying to @MichaelBuble @ITV
Don't bother to try to perform in Canada anymore, Ya dumb climate denier. sickening privilege seems to ruin ya'll, out of touch with reality. Remember Buble promotes dirty oil
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Nicholas Kusnetz Apr 18
Alberta's combative new leader has promised to scrap a carbon tax and create a "war room" to defend Canada's . But there may not be much he can do to help the struggling industry.
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Iqbal Faizer Apr 17
Thanks, , for screwing up a chance to show that the lives up to its progressive claims by pursuing a grossly aggressive pro- policy, including threatening BC, that clearly turned off environmentalists and reasonable Albertans.
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Taylor C. Noakes Apr 17
While Canadians may have been (understandably) upset at the fire that ravaged Notre-Dame, not a tear is shed for the rape of our own land by ’s oil & gas industry. The cathedral can be rebuilt; Earth & Canada cannot. Boycott the Boycott
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Will Dubitsky 6h
International Energy Agency concludes oil production cld halve in next 5 to 6 years due 2 low oil prices + humongous investments in unsuccessful exploration 4 new reserves + decline in overall oil investments
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David Heap 6h
because oil is among the dirtiest to produce in the world, & for us to even approach 's emissions targets it needs to stay in the ground. Our economy can do much better by shifting oil subsidies to a faster .
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🇨🇦 Faye Hansen 🇨🇦 Apr 12
For every barrel shipped out, six to 12 barrels of tailings waste is produced,” says Paul Belanger, a former oil sands worker and current co-chair of Keepers of the Athabasca, an organization of indigenous peoples and environmentalists.
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David Paterson 🐲🍏🔋📗🧤🌵🥒so obviously partisan Apr 17
Replying to @tedrobak @althiaraj
From here: 1 Trudeau does/says nothing till after the ON case 2 Kenney does what he said-eliminate the AB CTax & cap 3 Trudeau imposes CTax 4 Trudeau kills TM expansion 5 2019 election where Trudeau has recovered cred with some BC & PQ people (um, not me)
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Patrick McCurdy Apr 18
All the more important to log these and other ads. I created a database (still online) of / stakeholder campaigning in an effort to log the image war (). Data collection ceased but may resurrect. Happy to chat about it.
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XtianG Apr 16
Shocker, prove, yet again, that their majority is so clueless, so inept that they think banking on an , single industry, diversity-less economy (that pollutes so badly as only the filthy can) and elects an appropriately crappy Premier in
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lovedemriders 21h
should have introduced TRULY radical changes -- I dunno, confiscate all the in the province, dump them in the , and blow the whole fucking thing sky high! -- Something couldn't undo once the Conz got back in.
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Julia Levin Apr 17
Increases in tarsands emissions are undoing all the progress being made in other sectors. emissions now larger than provinces of Quebec, BC or Manitoba. Either we act like this truly is a crisis that threatens our survival, or we sleepwalk towards disaster.
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Gina Apr 17
Portland Sounds Alarm on Trains
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@vancitydan ☘️🍀 Apr 14
Replying to @Timothy_Lewis
...but that argument is useless. Alberta experienced a price fall because of USA shale oil, Saudi increased production, and the fact refineries insist on lower prices for because it is full of sulphur, and fouls their refineries. 2/
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Wes Coaster Apr 15
well Alberta has a good industry in Farming. It is 80% of the jobs in Alberta. Why would you risk it by contaminating it with the ? Grrr pollution!
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rhodogal Apr 17
Bottom line: other provinces are working hard to reduce while Albertans continue to behave like yahoos while whining about how hard done by they are.
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Julia Levin Apr 11
"As the world’s largest industrial project, the scale of the is hard to grasp. Imagine driving on a highway and to either side is a vast industrial landscape as far as the eye can see. Now imagine 500 miles of that highway."
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Philippe P 8h
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