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Meera Karunananthan | A founding member of the Our Water Is Not For Sale network, the Council of Canadians is working to prevent the Alberta government from expanding a market-based water allocation system.
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Maude Barlow | If we are to stop this perpetual cycle of death in this region of the world, we need also to have the courage to talk about justice as well as charity.
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Meera Karunananthan | Convened by Global Exchange, a meeting in San Francisco brought together representatives from organizations working to advance the rights of nature in communities around the world.
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| The 'System Change not Climate Change' project is an initiative of the Council of Canadians
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Civil society speaks on the anniversary of the G20 in Toronto
rabbleTV | A group of civil society organizations and concerned individuals hosted this press conference in Toronto on the one-year anniversary of the G20 in Toronto.
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Andrea Harden-Donahue | 'System Change not Climate Change' is a multi-media tool for climate justice that is being organized by the Council of Canadians' Climate Justice for People and the Planet campaign.
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Council of Canadians | A joint letter to UN missions opposing the increasingly widespread lobbying of the United Nations by transnational water corporations was sent by 139 civil society organizations from 52 countries.
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Brent Patterson | Maude Barlow writes, "The 2011 federal election was historic in many ways and most of us are still trying to process the outcome. It is crucial that we pause to reflect on its meaning."
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Maude Barlow | The 2011 federal election was historic in many ways and most of us are still trying to process the outcome. It is crucial that we pause to reflect on its meaning and think carefully about next steps.
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Brent Patterson | Conservative leader Stephen Harper has secured a majority government. In the House of Commons, the NDP -- which nearly tripled its seat count -- will undoubtedly play a significant role.
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Brent Patterson | The best way to find your polling station is to visit election.ca, scroll down a short way and enter your postal code in the voter information search box.
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Brent Patterson | Council of Canadians chairperson Maude Barlow says, "Tomorrow, I am asking you to vote for democracy. Vote for the recognition of the right to water, vote to address climate change."