Regardless of Jason Kenney's tweets, the Corporate Mapping Project is uncovering data of value to citizens - 2019-08-01

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F0.png Regardless of Jason Kenney's tweets, the Corporate Mapping Project is uncovering data of value to citizens August 1, 2019, David Climenhaga, blogs, rabble.ca

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney has a well-known propensity to blame Justin Trudeau for things that were done by Stephen Harper, as the debate over who is responsible for the time it's taken to complete the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project nicely illustrates.

So condemning Liberal Prime Minister Trudeau for the $2.5-million federal grant for an academic study of concentrated power and influence in Canada's fossil fuel industry was obviously too tempting to resist for Kenney or whoever does his tweeting for him, even though they ought to have known the grant by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada was approved on Conservative PM Harper's watch.

Quietly deleting the tweet -- "why did the Trudeau Liberals give $2.5 million to a left wing special interest group to attack our energy industry?" -- without acknowledging the error or apologizing when it prompted a flurry of corrections on social media is pretty much standard operating procedure for Kenney's party.

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{{cite news | first = David | last = Climenhaga | title = Regardless of Jason Kenney's tweets, the Corporate Mapping Project is uncovering data of value to citizens | url = http://rabble.ca/blogs/bloggers/alberta-diary/2019/08/regardless-jason-kenneys-tweets-corporate-mapping-project | work = blogs | publisher = rabble.ca | date = August 1, 2019 | accessdate = August 2, 2019 }}