As Canada’s 150th anniversary approaches, we at the Council of Canadians feel like it’s important to take some time to think about our relationship to this land and its people.
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Watch this incredible video as a delegation of Pacific Islanders embarked on a journey to visit Canada’s tar sands in Alberta.
When we asked people to join the climate solutions movement a few weeks ago, we also asked them why they wanted to join.
We heard from teachers, grandparents, activists, farmers, parents and indigenous people who are all passionate about climate change and its solutions.
Here is a sample of what some of you had to say, in your own words:
“Because, at age 97, I have little time left, but I want my family and the rest of humanity to have a planet that is suitable for human life to continue.”
“Because a vibrant and sustainable future is only possible if we work together.”
Last week, the Council of Canadians signed a joint letter to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Chair and the IPCC Bureau that expresses deep concern that senior employees of two major oil companies (ExxonMobil and Saudi Aramco) are among the authors for the IPCC Special Report on the impacts of global warming...
Protest of Partnership between CAPP and Canadian Museum of History.
Summary of mining and governance issues explored during the human rights delegation to the Algonquin community of Barrière Lake.
A copy of the Council of Canadians' submission to the NEB modernization panel demanding structural reforms in relation to conflict of interest, public interest and the NEB's role as a regulator.
Today, U.S. President Donald Trump signed a presidential memorandum that gave the Keystone XL and the Dakota Access Pipeline a presidential approval.
Earlier today, the nations of Tsleil-Waututh, Squamish and Coldwater Indian First Nations held a joint press conference to announce new legal action against the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project and the federal government.