Oil Sands Strong is a grassroots group of Canadians banding together to support our oil sands. Our mission is to fight back against attacks by providing the public with the factual information they need to help make informed decisions about the cause.

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Ginger shares her journey of starting the business as a way to stay home with her children and the inspiration she drew from her mother`s love of cooking. She expresses her gratitude for the overwhelming response and demand from the community, emphasizing her commitment and passion for Bannock.

Ginger also discusses her involvement in local events and collaborations with nonprofit organizations to build a strong community. She offers advice to aspiring entrepreneurs, highlighting the importance of self-improvement and building a strong foundation to overcome challenges and setbacks in the business world.

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Gerry Wong, a Fort McMurray local, shares the story of McMurray TV, a family business that has thrived in the region since 1967.

Despite the name, McMurray TV has expanded its offerings to include appliances, barbecues, car audio, and more. Gerry discusses the positive impact of the oil and gas industry on their business and the region, emphasizing that misconceptions about Fort McMurray often overlook its pristine natural beauty.

He highlights the critical role the region plays in the Canadian economy, driving not only Alberta`s but all of Canada`s economics.

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Journalist Andrew Lawton introduces himself and shares his passion for exploring abandoned buildings. He discusses the under-attack status of the energy industry, attributing it to ideological opposition, misinformation, and a lack of understanding of the sector`s significance.

Andrew highlights the importance of improved communication and proactive engagement to celebrate and promote the oil and gas sector.

He also commends the efforts of Oil and Gas World Magazine in countering misinformation and suggests that there`s a group of individuals open to learning the truth about the industry.

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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

The world continues to thirst for oil with in an ever increasing fervor, yet simultaneously struggles to fully grasp and appreciate the obstacles encountered by those who bring that oil to their local pumps. There has always been a necessary trade-off when it comes to technology and industrial advancement, as in order to experience the many benefits modern society offers us, we have to agree to give up some portion of nature and accept a certain amount of environmental damage. Logic dictates that