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The Canadian Labour Congress is proposing a plan that will help Canada reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by one third by creating over one million sustainable climate jobs.
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| October 14, 2015

What would a truly ecologically sustainable economy look like?

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The Leap Manifesto, preparing for election day: Election SoundUp #3

September 18, 2015
| And we're cruising into the end of week 6 of the 2015 federal election. Just a bit more than four weeks to go before we have a conclusion to this long wrangle.
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| December 19, 2014

Watch: David Suzuki's speech on Burnaby Mountain to Kinder Morgan protesters

Watch David Suzuki deliver a passionate message to the protesters on B.C.'s Burnaby Mountain.

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A\J Heroes #3: Interviews with Elizabeth May and Tzeporah Berman

January 16, 2014
| Unlike the big-name environmental heroes of the last few decades, the people inspiring Elizabeth May and Tzeporah Berman today are largely unknown and without the backing of big NGOs.
Length: 52:00 minutes (47.63 MB)
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