Chapter highlights

August 28, 2018
All photos by Abdul Malik The Council of Canadian's Edmonton Chapter and the Prairies-NWT Regional office have been excited to help with Climate Justice Edmonton's “People on the Path” this summer, a series of giant portraits that will be installed in the path of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project route. The project officially launched on August 19th at the Whitemud Park in Edmonton, just...
August 24, 2018
Members of the Victoria Chapter send their support to protesters at the Liberal Cabinet retreat in Nanaimo. Once again chapters stepped up this week and continued their fight for social justice. Here's a summary of the week's work:   Climate & Environment Chapters across the country, including Comox Valley, Kamloops, Mid Island, Northwest Territories, Quinte, Guelph, Montreal, South Shore...
August 20, 2018
According to the CBC, burgers and hot dogs weren't the only things sizzling at a Yellowknife barbecue with Northwest Territories MP Michael McLeod last week. Chapter president Lois Little attended her MP’s barbecue to share the chapter’s views of the federal government’s plan to purchase Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline. The day before, the chapter, along with 350.org, sent an email...
August 19, 2018
Here is just some of the great work chapters have done this past week, and some of the events coming up. Climate Justice The Edmonton Chapter wrote a letter to city council, criticizing the city’s continued use of chlorpyrifos, a dangerous pesticide that has just been banned in the U.S. by a federal judge. The Chapter also released their Steering Committee statement on the Kinder Morgan...
August 14, 2018
Maude Barlow (right) sspeaks to the crowd with Pat Noonan beside her at a rally in Detroit to deliver water to residents whose service had been cut off. Maude Barlow says Pat Noonan was the “quintessential activist.”  She was always ready to stand up for what she believed in, says Maude.  “From the fight for women’s equality to the environment, justice for refugees and the peace movement, Pat...

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