Flashback to Dec. '17 when the Premier attacked our fight-back strategy as 'Trump-like.' Now Govt has adopted same strategies (months late), while bizarrely arguing #UCP wants pipeline to fail. Would Govt 'borrow' ideas from a party that doesn't want success? #ableg #cdnpoli #CPC pic.twitter.com/or6eZ2fDTf
— Jason Kenney (@jkenney) April 20, 2018
BREAKING: Christian faith leaders are blockading both land access points at Kinder Morgan’s Westridge terminal. They’ve turned away 18 vehicles so far, standing in solidarity with Indigenous peoples along the pipeline route who haven’t given their consent #protecttheinlet #stopkm pic.twitter.com/wYM6YpbnyV
— Stand.earth (@standearth) April 20, 2018
Investing in more fracked gas infrastructure will lock New York into decades of more emissions, posing serious health risks for surrounding communities. The Spectra AIM pipeline expansion and the Hudson Valley CPV plant must be stopped.
— Cynthia Nixon (@CynthiaNixon) April 21, 2018
Two faith leaders were arrested while protesting at Kinder Morgan’s Westridge Marine Terminal in Burnaby on Friday.
National Indigenous Anglican Bishop Mark MacDonald was among the religious leaders resisting the pipeline expansion outside the terminal’s gates.-Global News
We need politicians who listen to the people, not the industries.
This pipeline is not in our national interest. It's in the interest of a company from Texas.https://t.co/853kqUSmtt
— Green Party Canada (@CanadianGreens) April 19, 2018
I have a message for Governor Cuomo: Fracked gas is NOT a “bridge” to a renewable energy. We must immediately end investment in all new fossil fuel plants and pipelines and instead invest in moving New York toward 100% renewable energy.
— Cynthia Nixon (@CynthiaNixon) April 20, 2018
— Conservative Party (@CPC_HQ) April 19, 2018
The demise of the project would likely also prompt a foreign-investment chill in Canada. If the project dies, Kinder Morgan stands to lose the approximately $1 billion it has already spent on it. The company will also have wasted the more than four years it has spent obtaining approvals for the expansion, including agreements with the 41 Indigenous communities closest to the pipeline route.-The Star
— Greenpeace UK (@GreenpeaceUK) April 20, 2018
Hey Trudeau invest in refineries and oil spill cleanup resources for the coast and then build the pipeline
— Glen McDonald (@gwmcdona7_glen) April 21, 2018
— Kerry Fleming Erle (@SilenceNotGold) April 21, 2018
DID YOU KNOW: For the same amount of money spent on building the #Atlantic Coast Pipeline, an addtl 1,500 MW of renewable power could be built in VA, NC, WV – enough to power almost 400K homes. @VACommTrade @GovernorVA https://t.co/ODyLOoB6Pe
— Enviro Entrepreneurs (@e2org) April 21, 2018
The B.C. and federal governments are jockeying for legal authority over how oil flows through the province, while oil company Kinder Morgan warns that the Trans Mountain pipeline extension may be “untenable” after the trade war it has provoked between British Columbia and Alberta.-The Globe and Mail
Ontario and Quebec are awash in renewable and Nuclear electricity. Solar compliments this so why not @JustinTrudeau help Canada transition to @Tesla battery storage like Australia, Puerto Rico etc. Power at night – Power during storms https://t.co/W5bWDUhpjX
— Geoffrey P (@geoffwparkin) April 21, 2018
— Rene Bruemmer (@ReneBruemmer) April 21, 2018
— Canada News PLOW (@CanadaNews_Plow) April 21, 2018
I’m ready to welcome my futur #teslamodel3 ,one of the 1st to be delivered in Canada | Hey @elonmusk is your production’s shutdown will affect my delivery date ? @Tesla @VE_Quebec pic.twitter.com/olAsJ15Hv0
— Ian-Philip Paul-Hus (@littlestranger) April 20, 2018
At Adventurer Group, we try our best to keep Canada green and clean for everyone to enjoy for many years to come.
Since 2016, all our Adventurer campers and motorhomes are equipped with solar panels. #letsgo #green #canada pic.twitter.com/UqtROnrZR3
— Fraserway RV Rentals (@FraserwayRVRent) April 21, 2018
Canada is turning what used to be the world's largest coal plant into a solar farm. 🇨🇦 pic.twitter.com/dwykzOJWKA
— Vala Afshar (@ValaAfshar) April 21, 2018
#solar #solarenergy #climate #cleanenergy #solarpower #renewableenergy #electricity #solarsales #solarpv #B2B #leadgen #leadgeneration #cleanair #climatechange #rooftopsolar #sustainability #batterystorage #solarnews #solarpanels pic.twitter.com/Iuklpz36oS
— EXP Sales (@EXPSales_Canada) April 21, 2018
Alberta is now home to Western Canada's largest solar power farm. Read how: https://t.co/J2pXVfk4qS
— UrbanMeasure (@UrbanMeasure) April 21, 2018
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hauled out not one, but three of his 2015 election slogans last weekend when he held his pipeline-crisis meeting with the premiers of Alberta and British Columbia.
He talked of “hope and hard work” and declared that “better is always possible.” Trudeau even urged the warring provinces to see their rivals as neighbours, not enemies — just as he advised Liberals in 2014 when he was presiding over his first party convention as leader.-The Star