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The day before the opening of the 21st United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP21) in Paris, 25,000 citizens, families, members of environmental groups, unions, First Nations and faith groups of all ages marched in Ottawa to tell the federal government and elected provincial officials that a 100% clean renewable economy is not just 100% possible—it’s a must!...
Actualité - 30 November 2015 - Tag : Changing the world, Climate change, Fight against climate change, Walk
Équiterre invites you to march for climate solutions and justice in Ottawa on November 29! Buses will be leaving from all regions of Quebec and Ontario. Click here to book a seat. Canadians have made clear their desire for change by electing a new federal government, which needs to tackle climate change immediately. Together, we must redouble our efforts to transition towards...
Actualité - 11 November 2015 - Tag : Climate change, Climate change, Walk
The 60-year-old Portland-Montreal Pipe Line, a pipeline system running from Maine to Quebec, is a critical link in efforts to move tar sands oil to the East Coast. Energy companies are now pushing for this pipeline to be reversed to carry tar sands crude oil. Communities throughout Quebec and New England are organizing to fight this reversal.
This year we Walk for the Earth on Sunday, April 21, leaving from the place des Festivals in Montreal at 2 p.m. Bring your alarm clock or cell to sound the alarm for a collective awakening.  The Walk is part of a global movement aimed at stopping the development of fossil fuels, resolving the climate crisis, and protecting the rights of future generations.  Until...
Actualité - 8 April 2013 - Tag : April 21, Changing the world, Montreal, One step at a time, Walk