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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 environmental policies03:12 Robbie Picard of Oil Sands Strong joins Sheila08:00 Humanizing the people and families working in the oil sands13:59 The deep pockets of the foreign environmental movement18:50 Discussing hypocritical celebrities (Jane Fonda)23:05 Discussing “Frack Nation” movie27:50 Plastic straws?37:35 Sheila discusses

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 spiking to pre-pandemic levels.A “common ground solution” would be to use traditional fuels as a backup when renewables fail to carry through. The world wants to “transition” away from fossil fuels toward green energy, but the difficult reality is this: Dirty fuels

Background The Canadian Energy Centre (CEC) is an Alberta provincial government corporation formed to promote the province’s fossil fuel industry, in part by fighting what it has described as “domestic and foreign-funded campaigns against Canada’s oil and gas industry.” At its launch on December 11, 2019, the CEC was referred to as the “Energy War Room.” 1 “The CEC is a provincial corporation under the financial administration act that will largely be funded by Alberta’s energy industry, through the new Technology Innovation and Emissions Reduction

Fort McMurray residents defend oil industry amid visit from documentary crew A film crew from Europe is visiting Fort McMurray to get a sense of what life is like for people who live in the oil town. The filmmakers' presence isn't welcome by some residents, who are frustrated with how their industry and community have been portrayed in the media. Robbie Picard, founder of activist group Oilsands Strong, has helped about 15 documentary filmmakers over the last five years, setting up interviews and helicopter rides over the boreal forest. The

Métis activist Robbie Picard argues 'vast majority' of First Nations support pipeline projects Pro-oilsands activists clashed with opposing groups Friday in Halifax at a rally for the revival of the Energy East pipeline project, which was scrapped by owners TransCanada in 2017. The pro-oilsands rally, organized by a group called Rally 4 Resources, garnered a crowd of 50 or so at Sackville Landing on the Halifax waterfront, a few minutes walk from where the Conservative Party of Canada is holding its 2018 convention. The rally was interrupted by a counter-demonstration of dozen or so people drumming,

An oilsands advocate is chiding singer Jann Arden for being “insensitive” to the plight of the ailing industry in a social media post she made more than two years ago. In the 2016 tweet, Arden criticized the Alberta government over its policy of rounding up wild horses on Crown land, saying the horses don’t do as much damage as the “Tar sands” — a derogatory term for the oilsands. Robbie Picard, who has a Facebook page called Oil Sands Strong, is calling on Arden

A pro-oil activist is doubling-down on a controversial Facebok meme that promotes Canadian oil on the grounds that Canadians think "lesbians are hot." Editor’s note: Updates on this story have been included at the bottom of this post. A pro-oil activist is doubling-down on a controversial Facebook Post that promotes Canadian oil on the grounds that Canadians think “lesbians are hot.” In fact, Robbie Picard, former leader of the Fort McMurray and Edmonton “I Love Oil Sands” campaigns, blames the backlash on “straight, middle-class white guys” and adds