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Hashtags To Know

On social media sites such as Twitter, a hashtag is a pound sign, or “#”, placed before a word or phrase. Its purpose is to tag and collect all posts about a specific topic, so it’s easier to follow the conversation in today’s busy online world. Below are some hashtags you might consider using in your tweets, in order to ensure that your voice becomes part of the broader energy conversation:

#cdnpoli
What its for: Widely used to discuss Canadian politics

#bcpoli, #ableg, #skpoli, #mbpoli, #onpoli, #qcpoli, #nbpoli, #nspoli, #peipoli, #nfpoli, #nwtpoli, #ykpoli, #nupoli
What's it for: Province and territory-specific political hashtags

#EnergyEast, #TransMountain, #NorthernGateway
What's it for: Hashtag used when talking about specific pipeline projects

#oilsands
What's it for: Hashtag used when talking about the oil sands

#pipelines
What's it for: Hashtag used when talking about pipelines

#LNGinBC
What's it for: Hashtag used when talking about liquid natural gas in British Columbia

#YYC (Calgary), #YMM (Fort McMurray), #YEG (Edmonton), #YYZ (Toronto), #YVR (Vancouver)
What's it for: When talking about a specific province or city, use the airport code hashtag for that city since these are shorter than the actual city names and can save space in your tweet for other content

#NameofEvent
What's it for: When talking about an event, you can research and use the official event hashtag