Chapter highlights

November 23, 2018
Council of Canadians Hamilton Chapter at Saturday’s Stick It To Ford! Demonstration organized by OCAP outside of Doug Ford's DECO label factory and printing firm. Joined by several supporters of the Hamilton Chapter, fellow activists in Burlingon, allies from the Campaign for Adequate Welfare and Disability Benefits, and $15 and Fairness Hamilton. Photos courtesy of Karl Wlasenko from the...
November 20, 2018
Last week the South Shore chapter and the Ecology Action Centre screened "Burned: Are Trees the New Coal?” and found the crowd was eager to take action on forestry issues in Nova Scotia. Burned is a new documentary covering the recent rise of the global biomass industry and its impacts on our forests and the atmosphere. Learn more about the film here. A small working group has formed around...
November 16, 2018
South Shore Chapter after screening BURNED: Are Trees the New Coal? with Raymond Plourde from the Ecology Action Centre, the organizing committee and Paul Pross from the Healthy Forest Coalition. The Quinte Chapter hosted a Corporatizing Canada event in Picton on November 14. See more photos on Flickr! Great photos from the Campbell River Chapter who recently sponsored a Zero Fossil...
November 9, 2018
The London Chapter at the Support Postal Workers Rally on November 5. Joining a chapter is a great opportunity to meet with other Council of Canadians supporters who share your passion and vision for a better Canada. See if there’s a chapter near you and if not, contact us to discuss starting one! Below are a few recent highlights – send your actions and events to your regional organizer – we...
November 8, 2018
The Advisory Council on Implementation of National Pharmacare held their final consultation last night in Halifax, wrapping up several months of cross-country meetings to gather feedback on how Pharmacare should be implemented. Over 100 people attended the event, which consisted mostly of an open-mic style participation by the audience with intermittent comments from Council members Diana Whalen...

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