Chapter highlights

January 4, 2019
Climate Justice Saskatoon and the Council of Canadians Saskatoon Chapter at a vigil for Indigenous rights and climate justice in 2016. Council of Canadians chapters have been busy organizing for water and climate justice to kick off 2019! Follow #CouncilChapters for all the highlights. Chapters in the news Congratulations to David Heap, Co-Chair of the London Chapter, who will be...
December 21, 2018
The London Chapter joined with Extinction Rebellion to visit with MP Peter Fragiskatos. Fragiskatos was presented with a Corporatizing Canada book and a demand for action on climate and stopping the Trans Mountain pipeline. Urgence climatique quel est votre plan? Canada needs a green new deal! Montreal Chapter, December 2018 Council of Canadians chapters have been busy organizing for climate...
December 14, 2018
Urgence climatique quel est votre plan? Canada needs a green new deal! Montreal Chapter, December 2018 Last week, Council of Canadians chapters organized for water & climate justice, against offshore drilling, stood in solidarity with the Unist’ot’en and much more! See all their amazing work here #CouncilChapters. A large part of the Council of Canadians’ strength comes from our chapters...
December 7, 2018
New Brunswick now has a Progressive Conservative government in place, under the leadership of pro-fracking and pro-Energy East pipeline Blaine Higgs. Despite having a minority government, they were able to have secure support from the three MLA’s from the People’s Alliance of NB to pass the speech from the throne and have the confidence of the legislature. So the roller coaster of provincial...
December 7, 2018
The Victoria Chapter supporting postal workers and the right to strike. Kamloops Chapter presenting an award to Gisela Ruckert in honour of Fair Vote Kamloops.   Ottawa Chapter took part in a powerful gathering on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on December 7 demanding mercury justice for #GrassyNarrows.Take action: Support Grassy Narrows' declaration of sovereignty and ban on industrial logging...

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