The Council of Canadians Montreal chapter joined a protest on September 8 calling on Desjardins Credit Union to not invest in tar sands pipelines, including the Energy East pipeline. The credit union already has a $145 million investment in the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline. The credit union is expected to make its decision by September 29.
Council of Canadians chapters take action for social, economic and environmental justice. Here is a snapshot of some of their recent activities:
1- Hamilton, South Niagara & Guelph chapters join with allies to protest Line 10 pipeline
2- Chilliwack chapter at massive march in Vancouver vs Kinder Morgan pipeline
3- Montreal chapter calls on Desjardins credit union to divest from tar sands pipelines
4- Victoria chapter endorses letter to Trudeau backing climate-friendly transportation investments
5- Winnipeg chapter activist in Ottawa for Climate Action Network's ClimaCon convergence, Sept. 27