Chapters This Week

Peterborough Alliance for Climate Action die-in to recognize the endangered and dying Canadian species last Thursday on a downtown municipal street. Read more about this creative action and see photos in the Peterborough Examiner!

Ontario #CouncilChapters are organizing community buses to Queen’s Park on April 30 to participate in a giant rally to stop Ford from privatizing health care.

#CouncilChapters help put campaigns and social and economic justice issues in the spotlight in communities across the country. Chapter activists continue to be busy protecting public health care and water, challenging unfair trade deals, calling for urgent and immediate action on climate change, and to standing up for democracy. Here are just a few examples of their recent actions...

If you are interested in joining a Council of Canadians chapter near you, please check out our Chapter Contacts, call us toll-free at 1-800-387-7177, or email We can also help you start a chapter if there isn’t one in your community.

Chapter events

Nanamio: If you are concerned about the climate, please meet at Nanaimo City Hall on Monday, April 29 at 7 p.m. for a debate on declaring a climate disaster. In the Shaw auditorium at the VIConference Centre.

Red Deer and Area: Save the date! May 25 at 2pm "The Planet is Changing, Why Aren't We?"

Email chapter actions and events to – we’d love to see your photos too!


Chapters in the news

Recommended reading

  • Webinar with Diane Saxe, whose position as Environment Commissioner was recently abolished by the current Ontario government – Recommended by Ken in Mission, B.C.

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