Bus Tour Highlights
Supporting The Alberta Oil Sands
Oil Sands Strong is a grassroots group of Canadians banding together to support our oil sands. Canada has the 3rd largest oil reserves in the world, and the oil and gas industry provides thousands of jobs and opportunities for Canadians. Despite these facts, our oil and gas are still under attack daily from partisan politicians and extreme environmental activists. Our mission is to fight back against these attacks by providing the public with the factual information they need to make informed decisions about
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On Bus Tour...
Driving from Fort McMurray to Ottawa these past couple of months have been amazing. We'd like to thank everybody who participated in the interviews, bought merch, and shared their stories with us.
BUT WE'RE NOT DONE YET!
This is just the first leg of this bus tour, and we intend to tour the whole country. We want to give ALL Canadians a voice to be heard!
Please stay tuned as more updates are coming.
THE CANADA BUS
TOUR STARTS NOW
We have begun the bus tour across the country to Ottawa, making many stops in communities large and small interviewing business owners, oil and gas workers, politicians, and artists, just to name a few. If you’re interested in Robbie stopping in your community, please contact the website directly.
The Oil Sands Strong tour is about to hit the road to Ottawa!
On Friday's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, Robbie Picard (@PicardRobbie on Twitter) from Oilsands Strong joined guest host Sheila Gunn Reid to discuss his tour across the country interviewing Canadians about oil and gas, as well as his new magazine focusing
Rebel News' Sheila Gunn Reid was joined by Robbie Picard of Oil Sands Strong to discuss his new national tour and the most pressing issues facing Alberta's oil sands communities. Watch the video here. 00:00 Start00:55 Discussing the impact of progressive
Key Points: The rise in the renewable energy that’s available is still lower than the rise in global energy demand overall.The shortfall between renewable energy supply and power demand will only widen as economies reopen and travel resumes, with demand already