Enough! Climate Change needs action NOW!

This July the climate movement in Canada will come together to be bigger and bolder.

On July 3 and July 4, we’ll take action across the country for real climate solutions and to show Stephen Harper that We > Tar Sands. Click here to join in the action.

On July 5, we’ll march with a broad coalition in Toronto to demand a justice-based shift toward a clean renewable economy. Click here to join the march

Actions will be led by youth, workers, First Nations and community members from all walks of life. We’re calling our part of this historic effort “We > Tar Sands: Action for Jobs, Justice & the Climate.” The action has three key parts:

The first will be youth and students, confronting the political leaders who have sold out our future, targeting MPs and party leaders who have stood with Big Oil instead of us.

The second is community resistance, building off of the incredible victory in Cacouna, Quebec that stopped a key TransCanada export facility and delayed Energy East for two years. We will show Big Oil that there are dozens of Cacounas in every part of Canada: communities that refuse to give in to the tar sands.

The third is epic solidarity, where the growing climate movement will join with workers, First Nations, and other allies to march together through Toronto, the traditional homeland of the Mississauga New Credit First Nation, on the eve of the Pan American Climate Summit — to demand leadership for jobs, justice, and real climate action towards a new energy future.

http://www.toronto350.org/events

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