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Ethical Oil March 20, 2012

I’m very excited to introduce Jordan Graham, our new National Spokesperson. Jordan joins us from Fredericton, New Brunswick. With his experience as a student leader and the youngest city councillor ever in Fredericton’s history, Jordan brings a ton of experience to our organization and will be a great addition to the team.

As some of you may have noticed, Jamie Ellerton also recently joined as our new Executive Director.  His first post on the blog was last week and we’re excited to have him on board.

I’ve been busier than ever working part-time as the spokesperson and running the blog while finishing law school. I’ll be starting my law articles this spring, so the timing is perfect to expand the team to keep up with our growth.

I’ll keep blogging every once in a while, but people with suggestions for should e-mail Jamie, and media looking for comment can reach Jordan at

Since launching last spring,‘s membership has grown from Canadians coast to coast. We’ve had a busy couple of months with our and campaigns, which engaged thousands of Canadians and sparked important debate.

Thanks to our grassroots supporters, the ethical oil movement is off to a great start! To the many of you who donated to us, took a stand against foreign bullies and stood up for Canada’s ethical oil, we thank you.

We’ve got lots of exciting things planned for the next few months, so stay tuned for what’s next.

Comments (2)

  1. The best move you made for your campaign. New spokesperson. Someone clean, but not so clean I guess, of ties to big oil. I expect the same rhetoric.
    Please o please Jordan, debate someone opposed to ethical oil on the CBC to pick up where Kathryn failed.

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