Energy East Protesters Face to Face with Kathleen Wynne At Premier's Home

Toronto, ON—On Sunday, December 14th, an autonomous coalition of students, families, and environmental organizations brought a special delivery to the residence of Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne. They delivered letters, written large cardboard cut-outs in the shape of sandals, which expressed their outrage that Premier Wynne has "flip-flopped" on her previous position that carbon emissions and climate change must be considered when approving the Energy East tar sands pipeline.

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170 Students March for Fossil Fuel Divestment at University of Toronto

November 13, 2014 (Toronto, ON)—Yesterday 170 students and members of the larger Toronto community marched at the University of Toronto, calling on the university to divest its holdings in the fossil fuel industry. The march was part of Divestment Action Week at the U of T, a series of events focusing on fossil fuel divestment.

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Pipeline Problems Dog Trudeau at Book Signing

A team of activists from interrupted a public interview and book signing by Federal Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau at the Toronto Reference Library.  Demonstrators sought to communicate their concerns to the Liberal leader over his party's support for the Energy East pipeline project.

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Climate Activists Hold Rally Outside TransCanada Conference in Toronto

Toronto, ON—TransCanada filed their application for the Energy East pipeline with the National Energy Board on Thursday October 30th. Activists from, a local climate action organization and network affiliate of the international, were locked out of the proceedings along with other representatives of environmental NGOs. Activists peacefully rallied outside TransCanada’s press conference.

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Fossil Fuel Divestment Is Hitting the Mainstream

Canadian Universities Facing Increasing Pressure to Divest from Fossil Fuels

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Toronto, ON—On October 9th, activists from, a local climate action group, raised concerns of greenwashing at an event run by FoCOS (Future of Canada’s Oil Sands) at the MaRS Discovery Centre. 

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(Toronto)--Prime Minister Stephen Harper has decided not to attend the UN Climate Summit, against the wishes of thousands of Canadians.

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Margaret Atwood and other Canadian authors and public figures call for climate action as world leaders head to UN Climate Summit

(Toronto)—Two days after the largest climate action in history—the People’s Climate March, in which 400,000 marched in New York City; a day after #FloodWallStreet began in New York, in which thousands of protesters wearing blue drew the connection between climate change and capitalism; and on the day that world leaders head to the UN Climate Summit, Margaret Atwood and other prominent Canadian authors and public figures have released statements about the importance of the People’s Climate March and the UN Climate Summit.

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300 Torontonians join largest climate march in history in New York City

(Toronto) Early this morning, hundreds of Torontonians returned from New York City after gathering for the largest climate march in history: the People’s Climate March. organized five buses carrying almost 300 Torontonians of all ages. The buses left Toronto on Friday night and arrived in New York on Saturday morning.

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Justin Trudeau Confronted Again on Climate at Ontario Fundraiser

Demands for strong action mark the end of “free ride” on climate for opposition parties in Canada

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