Chapters This Week

The London Chapter held a successful anti-PEGIDA/yellow vests "Refugees Welcome Rally" at London City Hall on January 12.

Council of Canadians chapters activists have been taking part in ongoing solidarity actions with Wet'suwet'en, joining the call “that the provincial and federal government uphold their responsibilities to the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and ‘Anuc niwh’it’en (Wet’suwet’en law).” The Council has made a donation to the Unist'ot'en camp legal fund as well as a donation to help cover the travel costs of youth to join the camp. We continue to stand in solidarity with Wet'suwet'en. Look for the next solidarity action and join a chapter near you!

Below are a few recent highlights – send your actions and events to your regional organizers – we’d love to add your photos to our Flickr photostream too!

London Chapter
Kent County Chapter joined with allies

Montreal Chapter (See more photos)

Hamilton Chapter. Credit The Spec.

The Guelph Chapter participated with dozens of people to breach and shut down the TransCanada compressor station in Hamilton on Monday in solidarity with Wet'suwet'en peoples and Unist'ot'en & Gidimt'en checkpoints.

Solidarity! Paul from @GuelphCoc chapter and staffer @rach_small at the shut down of TransCanada's facility in Hamilton in solidarity with Wet'suwet'en peoples and @UnistotenCamp & @gidimt checkpoint. #councilchapters#wetsuwetenstrong #wedzinkwa #notrespass #ShutDowncanada

— Council of Canadians (@CouncilofCDNs) January 14, 2019

Congratulations to David Heap, Co-Chair of the London Chapter, who was presented with an award on January 10 by United Way Elgin Middlesex in recognition of their commitment to social justice.

Thank you to Michael Brothers, from the Toronto Chapter, for speaking at a panel at the University of Toronto on carbon taxing.

Chapters in the news

Chapter events

Send us your chapter actions and events at – we’d love to see your photos too!


Help amplify #CouncilChapters online!

Here are a few recent highlights online – reTweet, share, like & follow!

The Kitchener Waterloo Chapter joined allies in confronting Ford on January 11 and protesting his Spaghetti Fundraiser. They called for an end to Bill 66 and for strong climate action.

The Northumberland Chapter met with MPP David Puccini last week about Bill 66. Here's an action you can take: