In this issue you will find lots of great articles and updates, including post-election thoughts from the Council's Executive Director, Molly Kane, an excerpt of Maude Barlow's new book, a fact-filled article on the alarming news of lead in our water, chapter action updates, updates on our work for a Green New Deal, and much more!
This Voter’s Guide contains everything you need to know to get ready to vote. It compares the platforms and actions of political parties that earned at least three per cent of the popular vote in the last federal election (except Bloc Québecois).
Checklist: Five steps to a Blue Community
Becoming a Green New Deal Community is the next natural step for communities that have declared a climate emergency, which hundreds of municipalities from coast-to-coast- to-coast and around the world have now done. Now that the recognition of the urgency of the climate crisis is widespread, it’s time to take the next step with a Green New Deal.
Download these 2019 Federal Election Green New Deal window signs!
They contain sample questions for federal candidates – use them at your door and take them with you at candidate barbecues this summer.
You can use this Organizing Guide to raise awareness in your community and build support for a Green New Deal. You will have everything you need to support your local city or town council or school board to pass a resolution in support of a Green New Deal.
How Canadian taxpayers bought a climate-killing pipeline and Trump’s trade deal supports it
Gordon Laxer PhD is the founding Director of the Parkland Institute. Political Economist and Professor Emeritus at the University of Alberta, Dr. Laxer is the author or editor of six books including: After the Sands. Energy and Ecological Security for Canadians, and Open for Business: The Roots of...
The proposed new NAFTA would give U.S. Big Pharma new protections that will increase the cost Canadians pay for prescription drugs. Find out why the proposed new NAFTA is hazardous to our health in this factsheet.
The proposed new NAFTA would give corporations unprecedented rights to shape policy to suit their interests over those of the Canadian public. Find out how the proposed new NAFTA undermines Canada’s ability to protect our health, safety and well-being in this factsheet.