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Bird-dogging the Campaign trail in Canada: Week 7 in Review

WEEK 7: One month to go and more actions to come on #climatELXN For over a month and half now, the campaign trail in Canada has seen action after action asking the federal leaders what their plans are to tackle the climate crisis and bridge the gap between science and politics. People are taking inspiring... (More...)
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Des actions qui rendent le climat incontournable pendant les élections

La campagne des élections fédérales bat son plein depuis 5 semaines et partout au Québec et au Canada des dizaines de personnes multiplient les actions qui interpellent les partis politiques pour qu’ils s’engagent à lutter contre les changements climatiques et qu’ils prennent la voie de cesser l’expansion des sables bitumineux. De Fredericton à Winnipeg à Montréal, devant... (More...)
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Bird-dogging the campaign trail in Canada: Week 4 in Review

WEEK 4: Bolder actions feed momentum for climate action With 50 days to go before Canadians head to the polls, we’re already seeing a huge momentum to demand action on climate change. Last week was certainly proof of that. Already there’s been tons of headlines about the tar sands and climate change, thanks in large part to the dozens... (More...)
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How a Cardboard Sign and a Sharpie forced Climate Change onto the Campaign Trail

Yesterday, local activists disrupted Stephen Harper’s campaign stop in Montreal to remind him that you can’t avoid the issue of climate and tar sands expansion if you’re campaigning to be leader of this country. Organizers from communities opposed to the Energy East and Line 9b pipelines, local residents, members of the CSN workers union and students from Divest... (More...)
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Bird-dogging the Campaign trail in Canada: Week 3 in Review

WEEK 3: Wherever federal leaders go, questions follow Last week’s election campaign was marked by all three major federal leaders being called out about the tar sands. Coast to coast, the wave of diverse actions travelled from New Brunswick, to Manitoba, to British Columbia. It started with a special welcoming committee for Stephen Harper on the campaign... (More...)
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Bird-dogging the campaign trail in Canada: Week 1 & 2 in Review

WEEK 1: The federal election gets called early and the pressure begins. When Stephen Harper called the elections on August 2nd, effectively making this year’s electoral period the  longest of the last decades, people all across the country concerned about climate change geared into action to make sure the climate movement would have a voice throughout... (More...)
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Tar Sands Free Northeast

Organizing to stop tar sands infrastructure in the Northeast of the United States with powerful local organizing and regional collaborations.

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