Hundreds of pro-LNG tweets go to Ottawa

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — FSJ for LNG was at the Fort St. John Trade Show this past weekend, and out of it, they got almost 1,000 photos of residents standing for LNG development to send to Ottawa.FSJ for LNG’s twitter feed is now flooded with 965 photos that were taken of residents on the weekend, and subsequently tweeted to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and the federal Minister of Environment and Climate Change Catherine McKenna.“Northern BCs economy and jobs are at stake Say YES 2 #LNGinBC,” the tweets state.Northern BCs economy and jobs are at stake Say YES 2 #LNGinBC @ec_minister @JustinTrudeau @Canadianpm @cathmckenna pic.twitter.com/ZuelAT2sOb— FSJ for LNG (@FSJforLNG) April 10, 2016- Advertisement -Northern BCs economy and jobs are at stake Say YES 2 #LNGinBC @ec_minister @JustinTrudeau @Canadianpm @cathmckenna pic.twitter.com/i3v2CMySrEAdvertisement — FSJ for LNG (@FSJforLNG) April 10, 2016Alan Yu with FSJ for LNG said the idea originally came from one of his meetings with Mayor of Fort St. John Lori Ackerman in the past.While the Prime Minister and a federal cabinet minister are both bound to have tons of social media notifications day in and day out, Yu said he’s confident they will see their message from the northeast.FSJ for LNG also took the initiative to send letters to the Prime Minister and cabinet members, in support of the LNG industry every day until June 15. Yu said the process will start next week.Advertisement Another photo booth session, by Kristi Leer of Fort Nelson, will be taking place at the Fort Nelson and District Trade Show, which takes place on the last weekend of the month.last_img read more