Chapter highlights

January 29, 2015
The Council of Canadians Campbell River chapter and Timberline Earth Club will be hosting a public forum on LNG development and fracking on February 11 at the North Island College Theater at 1681 S. Dogwood St. The speakers at the forum will be Vancouver-based Council of Canadians organizer Leila Darwish and Dr. Eoin Finn. The Globe and Mail has reported, "Calgary-based Quicksilver wants to...
January 28, 2015
South Niagara chapter activist Fiona McMurran The Council of Canadians South Niagara chapter will be presenting a workshop at the eighth annual Niagara Social Justice Forum this Saturday (January 31) at Brock University. The Bullet News reports, "Workshop participants will be invited to join with local activists from the South Niagara Chapter to review several of their social justice and...
January 28, 2015
Harper: The Musical. The Council of Canadians Prince Albert chapter is sponsoring a presentation of "Harper: The Musical: How To Survive and Thrive in The Dying Days of the Empire of Oil" on Tuesday February 10. The Council of Canadians Red Deer and Area chapter is also organizing for a performance of this play on Thursday February 12. The Prince Albert Daily Herald reports, "The two-hour...
January 27, 2015
The Council of Canadians London chapter supports the Londoners for Door to Door postal delivery campaign. That mobilization has canvassed neighbourhoods in that southern Ontario city on Saturday January 17 and Sunday January 25. As noted in the promotion for these canvasses, "All are welcome and encouraged to join us as we inform Londoners about what is happening and what they can do to stop...
January 26, 2015
Stop Energy East HFX protest this afternoon. Council of Canadians organizer Tori Ball holds banner (second from the right). The Council of Canadians Halifax chapter and Stop the Energy East Pipeline - Halifax held a public forum outside the Halifax Central Library this afternoon to draw attention to the National Energy Board’s exclusionary and flawed review process. The Canadian Press reports...

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