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Monthly Archives: May 2012


Ethical Oil invited to House of Commons Finance Committee

Ethical Oil May 29, 2012

The House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance invited Ethical Oil to appear before the committee as a witness to address Bill C-38, the Jobs, Growth and Long-term Prosperity Act. Below is’s Executive Director Jamie Ellerton’s opening statement to the committee on May 28.  ____________________________________________________________ Good evening Mr. Chairman. My name is Jamie Ellerton and… Continue Reading »


Thomas Mulcair can’t see the difference between Canada and Nigeria

Jamie Ellerton May 18, 2012

In his increasingly reckless attack on Western Canadian energy producers and workers, the NDP’s Thomas Mulcair yesterday compared Canada’s Ethical Oil industry, employing thousands of decent and hard working Canadians, to the impoverished and corruption riddled Nigeria. Canadians everywhere implicitly understand the difference between ethically produced Canadian oil and conflict oil from corrupt, abusive OPEC… Continue Reading »


Reverse Line 9

Ethical Oil May 16, 2012

Let’s buy Canadian ethical oil and support refining jobs in Ontario. Canada’s Line 9 pipeline was built to bring oil from western Canada to Ontario and Quebec refineries. Today it does the opposite bringing foreign OPEC oil from east to west. Declare your support to reverse the flow of the Line 9 pipeline and support… Continue Reading »


Confidential government document exposes Saudi attempt to silence

Jamie Ellerton May 13, 2012

A Confidential government document released by the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade through ATIP reveals that Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to Canada requested to meet with Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird and complaining about was on the agenda. Given the rest of the briefing note was filled with diplomatic filler, the kind of… Continue Reading »


Obama comes clean on Keystone

Jamie Ellerton May 4, 2012

When U.S. president Barack Obama rejected the Keystone XL pipeline proposal last fall, the anti-oil sands lobby called it a victory. They claimed that the rejection was a spectacular blow against the oil sands, and that it would change the world. The decision to shelve the proposal, gushed Hollywood activist Robert Redford, “represents a victory… Continue Reading »

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