Since its inception, the Council of Canadians has built its strength and credibility with powerful grassroots activists in communities across Canada. Chapters are truly our greatest asset. Members of the Council of Canadians who organize into chapters work tirelessly, with abounding energy and achieve success at the community, provincial and national level – building the kind of Canada WE want!
Our volunteer Chapter activists work with local community groups, organized labour, and our members and staff to promote progressive policies on fair trade, clean water, energy security, public health care and others issues of social and economic concern to Canadians. We defend public services and work to secure the right to water both in Canada and internationally.
To find out more about an active chapter in your community check the chapter contacts page and contact the chapter directly.
Representatives from Council of Canadians chapters gather each year in the Pacific, Prairies, ON/QC and Atlantic regions in addition to annually at the Council of Canadians Annual General Meeting.
Quinte Chapter, World Water Day 2016
Send us your stories and photos
The Council of Canadians is proud to celebrate over 25 years of acting for social justice in communities across Canada. We are always looking for stories and photos of past Council events to feature in Canadian Perspectives, on our website and in other publications. Help us celebrate our shared history and an even brighter future!
Send your photos, stories and memories to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail:
The Council of Canadians
300-251 Bank St.
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 1X3