Entries by Shona

Follow up letter to Wetsuweten Solidarity Action Spring 2013

Friday April 19, 2013 To M. Peter Lindley, Mme Bell and State Street Montréal, On Tuesday, April 2nd 2013, we came to your office and spoke with Mrs. Bell about our concern for your involvement in the Pacific Trails Pipeline that crosses unceded Wet’suwet’en territory. We write to you today to remind you that, as […]

April 21st: Earth Day March

Hello friends, We invite you to sign the 21st of April Earth Day declaration online. This year, it calls for the end of our dependence on oil, and for the rejection of fossil fuel projects. Climate Justice Montreal supports the Earth Day movement, but we wanted to clarify our position regarding the declaration so that […]

Our Generation’s Quiet Awakening must be Green and Red

En français: http://bit.ly/Ji1EFz The creative, courageous and inspiring Quebec student movement will today weave its way through Montreal’s Earth Day rally, mixing red and green, merging demands for a freeze on tuition with respect for the earth and those most impacted by climate change. Let the meeting not remain accidental, but deepen and flourish. Our country […]

License to Spill! Passez à l’action contre l’extraction!

A 25-foot Dragon and “Human Oil Spill” to Warn Montrealers of Dangers of Pipelines, Extraction Time: 12:00, April 20, 2011 Location: McGill College at Sherbrooke [English Below] Partout autour du monde, des communautés sont menacées par des industries d’extraction qui empoisonnent nos familles, tuent nos proches au travail, et détruisent les écosystèmes que nous chérissons. Le déversement […]

Climate Justice Banner Drop and Occupation of Parliament: “If They Won’t Take Action on Climate Justice, We Will!”

  At 11:00 a.m. this morning organizers with Climate Justice Ottawa dropped a banner in the rotunda of the Canadian Parliament reading “If They Won’t Take Action on Climate Justice, We Will!”.  The youth also began a sit-in “Peoples Assembly” calling for Canadian politicans to begin open and sincere consultations with communities across the country. […]