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Our government doesn't speak for us when it comes to climate change

Photo: flickr/Climate March

I won't forget the time I was in the same room as Hillary Clinton: I shed so many tears.

It was June 2012, in Rio de Janeiro. I was at the Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development. It was the first time I realized that, contrary to what Canadians are led to believe, our values and best interests are not represented by our government on the international stage.

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Talking Radical Radio

Laying groundwork for resisting tar sands pipelines in Quebec

August 20, 2014
| Aurore Fauret and Lily Schwarzbaum talk about a month-long climate justice walk in Quebec that lay important groundwork for ongoing anti-pipeline mobilizations.
Length: 28:17 minutes (25.9 MB)
Photo: flickr/kris krüg
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Sierra Club learns of secret deal between Alberta government and Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers

July 22, 2014
| Sierra Club Canada says it's been told of a secret deal to increase carbon tax in return for reduced clean-up requirements on tailings ponds.
Length: 09:48 minutes (8.98 MB)
Image: Flickr/connect2canada
| July 21, 2014
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| July 11, 2014
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Mobilizing opposition to the Enbridge pipeline

July 11, 2014
| Two weeks ago the Harper government announced its approval of the Northern Gateway pipeline. For opponents of the project, this decision is a call-to-action to step up the fight.
Length: 17:32 minutes (16.06 MB)
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