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  • The Keep Transit Moving Coalition held a one-hour federal townhall on August 31st, 2021 consisting of candidates from all federal parties to discuss the issues facing public transit during the 2021 federal election.

    Candidates who attended:

  • Across the country, a movement is growing to protect the Rockies and its headwaters from open-pit coal mining. Eight new coal mining projects have been proposed on the Eastern Slopes – and we need to stop them before they start.

    The grassroots opposition to this new coal rush in Alberta is working.

  • The social problems we’re working to address are often scary and rage-inducing, but our work toward change doesn’t have to be! Making space for creativity in our tactics and strategies can help us reach people we don’t know yet, change people’s minds, and bring life and joy into our work.

    Watch this introductory workshop to hear stories of creative actions taken by people in our movements, and to practice building creativity into existing strategies for change.

  • Pieridae Energy, the company behind Goldboro LNG, has asked the federal government for nearly one billion dollars to get their dangerous liquified natural gas (LNG) project off the ground. The company has been aggressively lobbying key ministers, MPs, and government staff to secure a financing agreement that could kickstart further investment in the project.

    We still have time to stop that financing agreement — but we need to act together, and quickly.

  • A conversation with author Seth Klein, Green Jobs Oshawa organizer Rebecca Keetch, and Climate Justice Edmonton organizer Hannah Gelderman that explored how we can apply the lessons learned from Canada's war-time transformation to the current climate crisis.

  • The Edmonton Chapter of the Council of Canadians hosted an Alberta-wide town hall on February 10, 2021 to discuss why it is more important than ever to continue the work to Protect Our Water and Say No to Coal.

  • Across the country, transit agencies are on the brink of collapsing or being forced to cut service routes and jobs because of the impacts of COVID-19.

    The pandemic has added additional pressure to our transit systems, compounding decades of neglect, cuts and privatization. Now that the second wave of COVID-19 is here we need to work to protect our public transit agencies for the future.

  • Seniors Care webinar hosted by the BC Health Coalition and the Council of Canadians on December 1, 2020. This was the second of two webinars focused on Committing to Seniors Care. This webinar aims to highlight and address the gaps in the full continuum of seniors care.