Remember Tzeporah Berman, the anti-oilsands activist who Rachel Notley made co-chair of the Alberta Oil Sands Advisory Group? I now have proof that she’s so intertwined with the NDP government that she may as well be running it.
Berman lobbied against Canadian oil and gas projects through Greenpeace and ForestEthics using foreign money.
She’s not even from Alberta, and was still campaigning for the BC NDP - the party that opposes the TransMountain pipeline - even after Notley forbade it.
She has lobbied against the TransMountain pipeline and helped the BC NDP win some of the seats they gained in the latest election.
Watch as I share what was revealed in documents I’ve obtained that show Berman’s influence in the Alberta NDP goes well beyond the Oil Sands Advisory Group.
These emails reveal Berman introducing her friends from Iron and Earth, a new "grassroots" organization that proposes to retrain unemployed oil workers in the renewable energy sector, and they’re looking for government money, your money, to fund their initiative.
I said Notley appointed Berman to OSAG, but after seeing these emails that show clear ties between Berman and the NDP, I wouldn’t doubt that Berman herself crafted the entire idea, appointed herself and other panel members.
But that’s a story for another video, so stay tuned as I uncover more of these deep unethical ties this unelected activist has with the Alberta government.