Chapter highlights

February 14, 2015
 Chapter activists Ken Kavanagh and Erika Steeves. The Council of Canadians St. John's chapter supports the call for a national inquiry on murdered and missing Indigenous women. In a letter to the editor published in The Telegram today, chapter activists Ken Kavanagh and Erika Steeves write, "Indigenous women make up 4.3 per cent of the Canadian population, yet they account for 16 per cent of...
February 14, 2015
Winnipeg chapter activist Mary Robinson speaks outside the Manitoba Legislature, February 2012. The Council of Canadians Winnipeg chapter is asking the three candidates who are seeking to lead the Manitoba New Democratic Party (NDP) and in turn the Government of Manitoba to oppose the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) and its investor-state dispute...
February 13, 2015
The Council of Canadians Delta chapter supports the 0.5 per cent Metro Vancouver Congestion Improvement Tax. The tax is intended to support a series of potential regional transit improvements. The Delta Optimist reports, "For South Delta, they include a rapid bus station at highways 99 and 17A, relocating and expanding the South Delta Exchange park and ride, increasing peak bus service on some...
February 12, 2015
TransAqua, the new name for the Greater Moncton Wastewater Commission, is considering a public-private partnership (P3) for its sewage treatment system in the communities of Moncton, Riverview and Dieppe. The Times & Transcript reports, "The federal government has mandated that the waste waters that it, and facilities like it, discharge must meet new standards by 2020. TransAqua has conducted...
February 12, 2015
The Council of Canadians Campbell River chapter held a public forum last night on the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) agenda and fracking in British Columbia.  About 80 people attended the forum that was co-sponsored with the Timberline Earth Club. The gathering featured ‎Council of Canadians organizer Leila Darwish and Dr. Eoin Finn as keynote speakers.  In addition, Darwish spoke to 290 students...

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