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jay sea Jan 18
Replying to @RWPUSA
I would argue yes the govt does own most of the companies with all the subsidies they are given .. in many ways we are a petro state acting as a democracy .. can't get away from the ... yet most of us feel a strong sense of social responsibility ...
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Dave Singer 🇨🇦 🇸🇪 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Jan 17
Polling companies manipulate public opinion with biased poll questions, then claim the manipulated results represent Canadians' opinions.
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mytrueopinion Jan 17
Oil sands. wouldn’t be shipped or used anywhere. Just more Green Party / paid by Americans environmentalists fear mongering. How about we get our country working for us instead of outside interests. 1.6 % of the planets CO2 doesn’t change anything.
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Steve_Filipovic Jan 15
OK I've began to see bright side of alarm,so I'm going public & crowd funding to get plastic bags going again! instead of dumping them in the Ocean,we'll fill em w Sea Water & ship em to !Who can earn carbon credits 4 stopping Ocean rise & expand !
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always vote Jan 10
re: Vancouver pot shop shut downs and subsequent loss of jobs: I hope Gord MacDonald, Global news anchor, says the same ('get with the program, time to move on') about workers moaning about losing THEIR jobs.
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David Nickarz Jan 18
Replying to @sarmcbride
Getting rid of coal and the new carbon tax is a small but good step in the right direction. Expanding the is huge step backwards. We need to shut down existing pipelines and transition these workers to other jobs asap.
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🇾🇪Forward Boomer🇵🇷 Jan 15
I just added my name to stop the Line 3 pipeline. Enbridge is the seeking to build a new tar sands pipeline in Minnesota larger than Keystone XL that would cross more than 200 bodies of water, including freshwater lakes, wetlands, and rivers.
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Ernie Nesdoly 21h
“.. Campaign” in the tax forms of the Fund (which, ironically, made its billions from oil and gas). ..”.Corbella: Researcher exposes money trail behind U.S.-based campaign to kill the oilsands
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rhodogal Jan 13
Get real. These grossly exaggerated numbers do not reflect that the contribute only 2% of GDP.
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David Nickarz Jan 13
$25 million for geothermal is good versus; $4500 million for a dirty, old pipeline $7000+ million for the new one $3200 million per year in subsidies $1600 million just before Christmas All to the oil industry, all in 2018
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Bill Howe Jan 18
Replying to @AndrewScheer
expansion. . Subsidies to . land rights. . The . It's all here, and nobody's saying anything. Doesn't anybody read this lunatic's tweets?
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Louise Rouse Jan 14
Replying to @Barclays
Greenpeace describes new energy policy as a 'dismal failure' stating “It shows either staggering ignorance or reckless disregard that Barclays has taken so long to deliver so little on climate change."
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John B 🐓🥃🍺 Jan 12
Some of us remember when the were a new thing & was being put together to exploit this resource. They had lumps of the s**t at a booth at the Calgary Stampede you could hold. It was rough, slightly damp & had a distinct sulphuric smell. “Oil” it ain’t
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Doug Rohde Jan 17
, Dept of Commerce lawsuit against Line 3 must move forward. 1) Please stand for . 2) This pipeline doesn’t meet state law 3) There is no upside for Minnesota. Don’t cover in .
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David Nickarz 22h
The divestment continues. Sweden's state pension refuses to invest in nuclear weapons and . Aka .
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John J Rankin 23h
Not true. get exemptions and subsidies. Be truthful for once.
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The Perfidious SH 23h
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Torrance Coste Jan 18
No families are better off while we're expanding the , trampling the rights of Indigenous Nations and threatening marine ecosystems. The carbon tax is great but it's not enough. Government arguing that it is is another from of denial.
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rhodogal Jan 17
This is true. However, expansion of the and building a to ship the dilbit just negates the good efforts. One day of tarsands emissions is the same as the daily carbon emissions in all of . We are not gaining.
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Brendan Campbell Jan 17
tânisi everyone! I started this fundraiser in Nov 2018 as part of my work for RAVEN Trust. It is about stopping at the source and upholding Cree law and rights. Check it out! -
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