Chapters this Week!

Brent Patterson
2 years ago

The Council of Canadians Peterborough-Kawarthas chapter filled a bus (and four cars) for the Curve Lake First Nation Pow Wow on September 16.

Council of Canadians chapters take action for social, economic and environmental justice. Here is a snapshot of some of their recent activities:

Trade
1- Montreal chapter in Ottawa for civil society summit on NAFTA
2- Ottawa chapter at quadri-national civil society NAFTA declaration presentation on Parliament Hill
3- Northumberland chapter at civil society summit in Ottawa during NAFTA talks
4- Northumberland chapter sends letter with NAFTA concerns to Foreign Affairs minister Chrystia Freeland
5- North Shore chapter to host Barlow talk on NAFTA and water, Oct. 11

Climate
6- Guelph chapter opposes Pickering Nuclear Station running until 2024
7- Hamilton, South Niagara & Guelph chapters join with allies to protest Line 10 pipeline

Water
8- Kent County chapter activist successfully challenges SWN Resources to drop their lawsuit vs her re: fracking protests

Health
9- Red Deer chapter holds public forum on pharmacare and proportional representation
10- Pacific region chapters talk pharmacare strategy with British Columbia Health Coalition

Democracy
11- Kamloops chapter activist facilitates Fair Vote 'coffee chat' on electoral reform

More!
12- BC-Yukon chapters gather for Pacific regional meeting
13- Peterborough-Kawarthas chapter fills bus (and four cars) for Curve Lake First Nation Pow Wow
14- Brandon chapter holds meeting to help form possible Brandon University chapter
15- South Shore chapter hosts public forum on need for a Nova Scotia Environmental Bill of Rights
16- Eleven chapters support #bannukes signing ceremony
17- Kent County chapter joins occupation of Chrystia Freeland's office in support of #bannukes treaty
18- Victoria chapter signs UN nuclear weapons ban treaty
19- Fredericton chapter sells t-shirts to raise funds for Mount Carleton court challenge
20- Vancouver chapter hosts public forum on Corporate Capture of Education
21- London chapter to hold 'Celebrating Diversity and Inclusion' rally, Sept. 23
22- Seven chapters in British Columbia host Joyce Nelson speaking tour on neo-liberalism and bank reform, Sept. 25 to Oct. 3
23- Kent County chapter to screen GreenRights film, Sept. 26
24- Saint John chapter to screen GreenRights film, Sept. 29
25- Atlantic chapters to gather for regional meeting, Oct. 13-15



Ottawa chapter at quadri-national civil society NAFTA declaration presentation on Parliament Hill


Northumberland chapter activist Rick Arnold at civil society summit in Ottawa during NAFTA talks

Hamilton, South Niagara & Guelph chapters join with allies to protest Line 10 pipeline

Pacific region chapters talk pharmacare strategy with British Columbia Health Coalition

South Shore chapter hosts public forum on need for a Nova Scotia Environmental Bill of Rights

Kent County chapter joins occupation of Chrystia Freeland's office in support of #bannukes treaty

Victoria chapter signs UN nuclear weapons ban treaty

Fredericton chapter sells t-shirts to raise funds for Mount Carleton court challenge

Vancouver chapter hosts public forum on Corporate Capture of Education

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