Blue is the New Black: Five ways Big Oil is working to elect Andrew Scheer's Conservatives and block action on climate change - 2019-09-18

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F84.png Blue is the New Black: Five ways Big Oil is working to elect Andrew Scheer's Conservatives and block action on climate change September 18, 2019, Patrick DeRochie, North99

Climate change is shaping up to be a top ballot issue for Canadians in the 2019 federal election. But Andrew Scheer's Conservatives are working hand in hand with the oil and gas industry to elect a Conservative government that would decimate action on climate change, weaken environmental protections, expand oil and gas production and infrastructure, and use government resources to target community organizations and Indigenous groups trying to protect the land, water and climate.

Here's a short list of five ways Big Oil is colluding with Scheer to mislead Canadians and elect a Conservative government that would make the climate crisis worse to boost corporate profits.

1. Secret election strategy meetings between oil executives and the Conservative Party

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{{cite news | first = Patrick | last = DeRochie | title = Blue is the New Black: Five ways Big Oil is working to elect Andrew Scheer's Conservatives and block action on climate change | url = https://north99.org/2019/09/18/blue-is-the-new-black-five-ways-big-oil-is-working-to-elect-andrew-scheers-conservatives-and-block-action-on-climate-change/ | work = North99 | date = September 18, 2019 | accessdate = September 22, 2019 }}